Jeremy Neideck is a performance maker and academic who has worked between Australia and Korea for over a decade, investigating the interweaving of cultures in performance, and the modelling of new and inclusive social realities.

Jeremy is bad company.

PHOTO: FenLan Chuang

The recipient of scholarships from Aphids, Australia-Korea Foundation, Asialink, and Brisbane City Council, Jeremy has undertaken residencies at The National Art Studio of Korea, The National Changgeuk Company of Korea, and The Necessary Stage (Singapore).

His work 지하 Underground, co-written with Nathan Stoneham for Motherboard Productions, was nominated for a Matilda award and sold-out its seasons at Metro Arts, Brisbane Festival, World Theatre Festival, and the 2014 HiSeoul Festival. His experimental dance theatre work Deluge: 물의기억 premiered at the Brisbane Festival in 2014, and toured the Seoul International Dance Festival enjoying a return season at the Namsan Drama Center in 2015. Jeremy’s work 심청 <Shimchong>: Daughter Overboard was a reimagination of the traditional Korean tale of Shimchong that combined pansori, poetry, and political satire in a work of physical theatre premiered at WTF 2016.

Jeremy holds a PhD from Queensland University of Technology, where he currently teaches across the disciplines of drama, music, and dance. Jeremy also coordinates the first year of QUT’s BFA Acting program where he leads movement training and direction. Jeremy regularly consults on the architecture and facilitation of collaborative projects and programs of institutional and community transformation.