1 of a suite of 26 video projection pieces created for the Central Australian Aboriginal Women's Choir's new two hour choral show, 'Arrkanala Lyilhitjika' that toured Germany in 2015 and will tour nationally in Australia in 2016. The projections accompany the women singing and serve as a set or backdrop behind them.
Director/Editor: Naina Sen
Cinematographer: Chris Phillips
Multi-screen looped video installation accompanying the ‘Land and Body’ Indigenous art exhibition curated by Warburton Arts Project, Warburton, Western Australia that toured across 13 museums in China in 2013/2014.
Winner 2013 Indigenous Arts in Asia award.
Video Projections accompanying Indigenous choreographer Gary Lang's contemporary dance production 'Mokuy' which premiered at the Garmalang Festival 2014, Darwin. These video pieces were projected on the dancers as well as on fabric behind them.
2 screen video installation exploring portraiture and identity of the residents of Bagot Community, for Bagot Festival, Darwin Festival 2014
Producer/ Co-Director: Kieren Sanderson
Installation Design/ CoDirector/ Editor: Naina Sen
Cinematographer: James Courtney
12 large scale narrative video projection pieces produced for Elcho Island's famous dance ensemble Chooky Dancer’s critically acclaimed new dance show Djuki Mala, 2014. Currently touring nationally and internationally. A few available to view here.
Nominated for Best Regional Touring Production Helpmann Award, 2014
Producer: Joshua Bond
Director/Cinematographer/Editor: Naina Sen
Opening footage courtesy: Blue King Brown/Gurrumul/ New Born Productions