Lilian Steiner

Lilian Steiner

Lilian Steiner is a Melbourne-based dancer and choreographer whose practice utilizes the inherent intelligence of the active body as the primary tool for creating wholly encompassing visual, sonic and kinesthetic experiences.

Lilian’s choreographic projects include The Call to Connect – Voyager Recordings (Lucy Guerin Inc.’s Pieces for Small Spaces,
2012), Meditation (Melbourne Now, NGV, 2014), Noise Quartet Meditation (2014), BUNKER (2015, in collaboration with Leah Landau) and her most recent and ambitious work Admission into the Everyday Sublime (Next Wave Festival, 2016). Noise Quartet Meditation received the Green Room Award for Concept and Realisation as well as a nomination for the Shirley McKechnie Award for Choreography. BUNKER received a Green Room Award nomination for Design (spatial and costume).

Since 2011, Lilian has been a dancer with Lucy Guerin Inc. across many projects (Structure and Sadness, Weather, Motion Picture, The Dark Chorus, Split) and Phillip Adams’ Balletlab (Above, Smudge, EVER). Amongst others, she has worked with choreographers Rennie McDougall and Brooke Stamp, visual artists Ash Keating, Brook Andrew, Mikala Dwyer and Alicia Frankovic and architect Matthew Bird (Studio Bird).

Lilian received nominations for the Green Room Award – Best Female Dancer in both 2013 and 2016.

Noise Quartet Meditation