Chunky Move is located on the unceded lands of the Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations. We respectfully acknowledge the significant contributions of Australia’s First Peoples, and are committed to supporting the continuity of culture and relationship to this land.
Harrison Hall’s work situates contemporary performance and dance in experiential art environments, with recent works traversing states of flux between the digital and physical realms utilising new technologies to augment and abstract the body.
Through Chunky Move, he presented BONANZA!, a PerformancexDialogue media artwork created with Sam Mcgilp that included conversations with NAXS corp (Taiwanese audiovisual art collective) and Lu Yang (Chinese digital artist). This work was a 2021 Green Room Award Finalist and was selected for presentation at the 2021 Melbourne International Film Festival.
In 2019 Harrison travelled to Japan to undertake a Kinosaki International Arts Centre Residency and in 2020 Harrison was selected as a participating artist at the Taiwan Performing Art Centre’s ADAMLab. This year he shares a Creator’s Fund Research Grant from Creative Victoria alongside Sam Mcgilp. He is a graduate of the Australian Ballet School and also holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Latrobe University.
He has worked nationally and internationally, collaborating and performing with many artists/companies including; Yumi Umuimare and Theatre Gumbo (Japan), The Australian Ballet, La Fura dels Baus (Spain), Phillip Adams’ Balletlab, Shaun Parker Company + Ivo Dimchev (Bulgaria), Gideon Obarzanek, Lucy Guerin Inc, Chunky Move, Dancenorth + many more.