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Ivan Thorley is an independent dancer, performer, puppeteer, choreographer and animateur, involved in the performing arts industry since he was 10yrs old.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Dance from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2000, and completed a Certificate in Small Business from RMIT in 2005.
In 2007 he completed a Post-Graduate degree in Animateuring (Hybrid Theatre Practice) at the Victorian College of the Arts.
Currently Ivan is completing an MA in Digital Performance at Brunel University, West London under Gretchen Schiller.
For the past seven years Ivan has worked and toured throughout Australia and internationally to countries in Europe, Asia, North America, South America and the Middle East.
The 'mrthorley' project explores the development of form and is dyadic in nature, drawing on text, film, pop culture and visual art, and explores new ways to innovate and imagine hybrid performance mediums; including the use of technology, choreography, puppetry, sound and multi-layered narratives.
In process and outcome, mrthorley aims to be dynamic and diverse in approaching new work, to create projects that are meaningful and collaborative to build banks of information for participating artists and audiences.
oh yes I know Johannes, amazing is a good word for him, hoping to get back down to oz next year and do some stuff....... I read your into textiles???!!! I met Susan Kozel over here and she's great, really nice and interesting artist.
hey Ivan, have you met johannes birringer yet? he's a pretty amazing guy (at Brunel). and just wondering if you ever come back to melbourne or are planning to once you finish your MA
- thanks for hooking up. your work looks and osunds really interesting
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