At PICA we recognise that we are situated within the unceded lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation. We pay our respects and offer our gratitude to Elders past and present, and to those emerging leaders in the community. We acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the importance of their care and continued connection to culture, community and Country.

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Howl Lab Artists

Howl Lab Artists

Rhiannon Peterson
Rhiannon is a performance maker and lighting designer. Her current practice involves creating form bending, visually inventive performance works which explore the fragmented and ambiguous nature of our reality, and our experience within it.  Rhiannon recently developed a drag work Jerry as part of Kiss Club 2018 with pvi collective and PICA. Earlier this year she premiered visual object puppetry work The Big Dark as part of the Blue Room Theatre’s Summer Nights program at Fringe World, which was initially developed with Spare Parts Puppet Theatre; and toured her play The Lab Rat internationally with Midnite Theatre Company.
Noemie Huttner-Koros
Noemie is a performance maker and member of KAN Collective, an interdisciplinary female arts collective exploring immersive and intimate art through performance, video, sound and composition, tactile visual art and projection. Their debut installation, House of Joys, premiered at Paper Mountain’s Peaks season in FRINGE WORLD 2018. Noemie performed in the Perth season of Aeon, presented by PICA in 2017.
Jen Jamieson
Jen is a performance artist whose work is often physical, drawing on endurance performance and durational works, striving for it to be visually striking. Exploring the ‘interactive’, Jen seeks to create a blur between audience and artist. In 2014 she premiered a new work, Let’s Make Love at Proximity Festival, which returned to Proximity Festival in 2017. Jen has since presented Let’s Make Love at the ArtScience Museum, Singapore; Liveworks Festival 2017, Sydney; and in 2018 at the Australian Museum, Sydney; Dark MOFO, Hobart; and at Greater Together at PICA.
Loren Kronemyer
Loren is a transdisciplinary artist and co-founder of Pony Express, a collaborative body across platforms of media art, live art, group devising methodology and an anti-disciplinary approach to create immersive alternate realities.  Her work reflects themes of environment, apocalypse, and the future. Ecosexual Bathhouse, a multi-chamber walk through labyrinth that plunges participants into the world of environmental eroticism, has been part of Next Wave Festival 2016; Liveworks Festival 2016 at Carriageworks; Reckless Acts 2017 at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts; Dark Mofo 2017 at MONA; Santarcangelo Festival 2017 (Italy); and Forum of the Future 2017 (Portugal).