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Mark Haslam (WA)

Mark Haslam (WA)

Mark Haslam’s practice is a kaleidoscopic blend of technical production, direction and design, and focuses on exploring human constructs in genre-busting, media-infused contemporary performance. While undertaking a Quick Response residency at PICA, Haslam will be working on FAKE, a performance/installation/rave that explores the impact of digital communication on our perception of reality and truth in an interconnected world.

About the Artist

Mark Haslam has worked with leading Australian and international contemporary arts companies and practitioners including Performing Lines, Marrugeku, Branch Nebula, Force Majeure, Company B and Sydney Theatre Company. He has created unique festival performances with artists Wesley Enoch and Shaun Gladwell, as well as lighting experiences for DJs Fatboy Slim, Carl Cox and Sasha and fashion houses Alexander MacQueen and Gucci.


Supported by PICA’s Art Ambassadors.