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Sarah Saxon is an independent choreographer, dancer, and dance filmmaker from Naarm/Melbourne. She is interested in linguistics, body language, the subconscious, and the role of autobiography in interpersonal understanding. She uses her site-specific improvisation practices, HikeDance and MemoryDance, alongside her writing practice to inform her choreographic and dance-film work.


Sarah attained a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance) with Honours from the Victorian College of the Arts (The University of Melbourne). While studying she received the Dr Phillip Law Travel scholarship which supported her artistic development internationally in 2022.


Sarah's short film Tomatoes & Oranges was screened by the Ian Potter Gallery in 2020. Her Inhabitance series span live performance and dance-films. She received support from Lucy Guerin Inc. & Temperance Hall for the development Inhabitance VI and further support from LGI for the development of a new solo work.


Sarah has performed in works by Phaedra Brown, Anouk Van Dijk, Prue Lang, Rebecca Jensen, Linda Sastradipradja, Caroline Ellis and Alex Dobson.


Sarah co-produced VCA student choreography season, Student Works 2019 and 2020 as well as Grad Fest (2020) for the VCA’s graduating dance cohort in the Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne.

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