Reina Takeuchi


Reina Takeuchi is a Japanese-Australian artist-researcher, curator and dance maker interested in cross cultural exchange and interdisciplinary collaboration. Influenced by her experiences living peripatetically across East and Southeast Asia during her youth, Takeuchi uses an auto-ethnographic approach to her art/performance processes. Her practice spans across visual arts, choreography, curatorial projects, written publications and creative facilitation. Her performance projects have included installations at Ars Electronica Festival in Linz, Austria and SomoS Art House, Berlin and performances for Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art, Performance Space and the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Late program. Takeuchi holds a Master of Philosophy in Creative Practice from QUT – Bodies of Transmission: Embodiment, hybridity & transculturation in contemporary art & performance practice, Advanced Diploma in Dance Performance from the Sydney Dance Company Pre-Professional Year 2019 and is currently a PhD candidate at QUT, focusing on Asian Australian performance and curatorial projects

Field: Art

Institution: Queensland University of Technology

Conference Schedule

Feminist activism, resistance, social activism, policing and politics of space, environmental activism, public activism

Title of Paper

Countermoves of the Transcultural: Curatorial & Choreographic Perspectives of Asian Australian Performance