Lizzie Thomson is a choreographer, performer and researcher. Her practice interrogates processes of embodiment as they relate to cultural, historic and temporal forces. She works with both choreographic and sculptural processes and her work takes multiple forms including performance, video installation, text and objects. Lizzie has performed throughout Australia, Europe and Asia, and collaborates regularly with artists and thinkers including Agatha Gothe-Snape, Brian Fuata and Erin Brannigan. She has degrees in dance and visual art, and is currently undertaking a PhD in dance theory at the University of NSW.