Dr Jordin Steele
She is a multispacial artist, independent producer, diretor and arts researcher. She has over twenty years of industry experience as a performer and has worked in multiple genres including opera, oratorio, music theatre, cabaret, burlesque and experimental music.
She formed Outcast as a vehicle for collaboration, experimentation and the development of new Australian work that is not limited by form or space.
Her creative work explores social constructs and rides the divide between myth and reality. Jordin has a strong visual design aesthetic and uses loves to create highly stylised, abstract works for non-traditional spaces. She is also a talented makeup and costume designer and lends these skills to the creation of unique characters.
Jordin holds a PhD from the Queensland University of Technology. Her practice-led doctorate explored interdisciplinary collaboration and aesthetics in the creation of performance art with a focus on sonic theatre. Her creative practice is now focused on blended space experiences that cross the physical, audio, digital and virtual to actively engage audiences.