Triage Live Art Collective
Triage was founded by artistic director Katerina Kokkinos-Kennedy in 2009. The company creates intimate live art works, performance installations, and large-scale events with a range of artistic collaborators. Triage's works are immersive, site-specific, and participatory. These "deep end" experiences are designed to enable audiences to make sense of themselves and the world around them. Recent projects have explored our relationship to the sea (Bodies of Water, 2022), the climate crisis (After the Flood, 2022), the meaning of place across time (META, 2021), and mortality (The Infirmary, 2018).
In 2022 Triage collaborated with Australian artists Zoe Scoglio, Tamara Searle, Mark Wilson, Sarah Walker, Eloise Kent, John Ford, James Tapscott, Singaporean artist Rei Poh and the ATTEMPTS collective.
We acknowledge that we live and work in Naarm (Melbourne). We pay our respects to the Wurundjeri, Woi Wurrung and Boon Wurrong peoples, on the lands of the Eastern Kulin nations. Their sovereignty was never ceded. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.