Creating art from autobiography

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Sabine Brix

Using personal storytelling to inform performance art can have a profound effect on both the audience and artists who are creating the work.

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Luke Duncan King, The Green Room, 2017. Photo courtesy and © Aaron Christopher Rees.

About the author

Sabine is a writer, editor, podcaster and electronic musician with a specific interest in personal storytelling that captures the essence of why people create. She was the former Online Content Producer at Archer Magazine and editor of the LGBTI website: Gay News Network.

She has produced sound art for BBC's Radio4  and composed music for the web series Starting From Now, which screened on SBS. She also produces the ‘80s music podcast Neon Mullet.

Follow Sabine on Twitter @sabinebrix