Invisible Practice facilitates independent collaborative performance projects.

Glen Murray is the Artistic Director of Invisible Practice, a medium for independent and collaborative cross-platform projects that have a focus on the mature body in a performance context. Invisible Practice partnered with Ten Days on the Island to premiere Babel, a durational site-based sound work performed live by members of the community whose first language is other than English for Ten Days on the Island, March 2017. Invisible Practice’s first commission was at the invitation of Liz King, Artistic Director of Dance Identity, creating A-K, L-Z for the Body Focus Group of mature adult members of the Pinkafeld community. A-K, L-Z premiered at the 10th Burgenlandische Tanztage in Austria May 2015.

Glen established MADE (Mature Artists Dance Experience) an ensemble of mature adults in 2005. Artistic Director of MADE from 2005 – 2014, Glen created 7 full-length works for the ensemble touring the work to festivals across Australia.

In 2011 Glen was awarded a Churchill Fellowship travelling to the UK, Europe and North America in 2012 to study international best practice in the cultural engagement of mature adults.

In his first career Glen was a member of a number of Australia’s foremost dance companies, primarily the Australian Dance Theatre, Australian Ballet and Sydney Dance Company, touring classical and contemporary repertoire nationally and internationally in a career spanning 17 years.

To contact Invisible Practice email: glen@glenmurray.com.au