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VOiiiD Collective is a Meanjin based company that provides a platform for misfit independent artists to tell raw and vulnerable stories; challenging perspectives on both individual and global issues via unapologetic and hyper-visual and multimodal works. Founded by two artists with dyslexia, we stand for sustainable practice, we value contributions of artists equally and always strive to provide the best possible working conditions for people of all manner of identities, abilities and/or cultural/linguistically diverse backgrounds. 


Photo Credit: Matthew Doueal


Jade(she/her) is performer, artist and the director of VOiiiD Collective. Currently based on Meanjin Country, she has an ever-growing inquisitiveness towards multidisciplinary performance and collaborating with an extensive range of artists. She has a BA honours from London Contemporary Dance School and is a self-taught visual artist.


Since graduating London Contemporary Dance School,  Jades performance career highlights include: dancing for  Yorke Dance Project, dancing in the Cohan Collective 3 years running; dancing in the SS19 Charles Jeffrey Fashion Show; clowning for Compare the Market; Acting as Rosie for 'Things I know to be True' by Centenary Theatre, dancing for Phluxus2 Dance Collective, dancing for musician Paloma Faith; dancing for band 'Choomba'; and dancing for Sketch London.


As a collaborator, choreographer and movement director, career highlights include: choreographing for the music video "Sultana" by Krista Papista; collaborating for two short films "Virtual Lovers' and "Logging onto Love" with director Kate Davis; collaborating with Ryan Latimer and the Workers Union Ensemble on the film “Soapwort”; and being assistant movement director for the AW16 Paul Smith Fashion Show.

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Karina White (she/her) is a contemporary theatre maker and multidisciplinary artist with dyslexia. After graduating from WAAPA with a Bachelor of Performance Making, Karina has gone on to work for Broad Encounters, SpaceFold Technology, Zen Zen Zo and Brisbane Fringe. Karina’s passion for the arts extends beyond live performance, working in livestream broadcast and as a script supervisor in film. Karina is passionate about creating art that dissolves barriers to accessibility and works as a theatre and dance facilitator for Access Arts.

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