RECENT WORKS & TOURING HISTORY:
Becoming The Icon (with Emile Zile)
2020 - a screen work for Bleed
Siren Dance (2019)
2019 BMotion/Opera Estate (IT), Deltebra Dansa (ESP)
Memoir for Rivers and The Dictator
2018 Keir Choreographic Award/Dance House (AU), 2019 Dance Massive/The Substation (AU)
Noise Quartet Meditation (201)
2018 Fete de la Musique, Recontres Choreographiques Internationales; 2017 Dance Massive; 2014 Next Wave Festival
Admission into the Everyday Sublime 2016)
2016 Next Wave Festival
2015 Melbourne Fringe Festival
Metal Under Venus: The Fall of the Sun (version 1, 2017, Hong Kong Int. Choreography Festival)
Meditation (2014, Melbourne NOW)
Meditation for a Rapper (2013, Performing Arts Forum, France)
The Call to Connect - Voyager Recordings (2012, Pieces for Small Spaces)
Lilian Steiner is an Australian dancer and choreographer whose practice utilises the inherent intelligence of the active body as the primary tool for creating wholly encompassing visual, sonic and kinaesthetic experiences.
Lilian’s major choreographic projects include Admission into the Everyday Sublime (Next Wave Festival, 2016), BUNKER (Melbourne Fringe Festival, 2015), Noise Quartet Meditation (Melbourne Fringe Festival, 2014 and Dance Massive 2017), along with a number of short works. Noise Quartet Meditation received the 2015 Green Room Award for Concept and Realisation, and was nominated for the Shirley McKechnie Award for Choreography. BUNKER received a Green Room nomination for Design in 2016.
As a dancer, Lilian has worked with Australian companies Lucy Guerin Inc. and Phillip Adams' Balletlab across many projects as well as with independent choreographers Melanie Lane, Shelley Lasica, Brooke Stamp, visual artists Brook Andrew, Ash Keating, Mikala Dwyer and Alicia Frankovic, performance art group Public Movement and architect Matthew Bird (Studio Bird). In 2017 Lilian received both the Helpmann Award and Green Room Award for Best Female Dancer, as well as nominations in 2013 and 2016.