Personal details

Name
Dr Jeremy Neideck
Position(s)
Lecturer
Faculty of CI, Education & Social Justice,
School of Creative Practice,
Drama
Discipline *
Performing Arts and Creative Writing, Cultural Studies
Phone
+61 7 3138 0192
Email
Location
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Identifiers and profiles
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Qualifications

PhD (Queensland University of Technology)

Keywords

transcultural theory, transcultural collaboration, queer theory, queer performance, digital pedagogies, physical actor training, butoh, Suzuki Method of Actor Training, South Korea, ecoscenography

* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008

Biography

Jeremy Neideck is a performance maker and academic who has worked between Australia and Korea for almost two decades, investigating the interweaving of cultures in performance; the intersection of queer identities and theories in performance; and the modelling of new and inclusive social realities. 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).

Jeremy’s theatre 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. The feature film adaptation is currently on the development slate for Screen Queensland and SBS.

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 which premiered at World Theatre Festival 2016.

Jeremy regularly consults on the architecture and facilitation of collaborative projects and programs of institutional and community transformation.

Watch out, Jeremy is Bad Company.

This information has been contributed by Dr Jeremy Neideck.

Teaching

Jeremy currently teaches embodied practice and collaborative performance making in the Music, Dance, and Drama disciplines of the Bachelor of Fine Arts, and leads physical actor training and movement direction in the Acting program. His current unit coordination includes:

Jeremy has also lectured and tutored in the areas of contemporary performance theory, postdramatic theatre, queer identity in performance, intercultural studies, the history of Japanese theatre, Korean performance traditions, independent theatre production, event and festival production, directing, professional practice for actors, and acting in the digital space.

This information has been contributed by Dr Jeremy Neideck.

Publications


For more publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.

Awards

Awards and recognition

Type
Funding Award
Reference year
2019
Details
$34,880 - Recipient of Australia-Korea Foundation (Dept. Foreign Affairs and Trade) Project Grant for the "Hello Project" - Phase 1 in Chuncheon, South Korea.
Type
Funding Award
Reference year
2019
Details
$32,700 - Recipient of Arts Queensland QASP (Queensland Arts Showcase Program) funding for the creative development of "Chorale" (Company Bad / deBase Productions).
Type
Keynote Speaker/Expert Panel Member/Invited Speaker for a Conference
Reference year
2018
Details
Invited to talk on a BrisAsia Festival YumChat Round Table Discussion. Round table topic: "Australians in Asia: Intercultural and transcultural collaboration in the arts".
Type
Advisor/Consultant for Industry
Reference year
2017
Details
Engaged to assist in the design and articulation of the first phase of "Performing Country", a framework for the transformation of arts and cultural institutions in partnership with local Indigenous communities. Responsibilities included: contextual review and situational analysis for the framework, development of methodology, industry and community consultation, articulating and communicating the architecture of the framework for industry and community.
Type
Keynote Speaker/Expert Panel Member/Invited Speaker for a Conference
Reference year
2017
Details
Invited to speak on a panel discussion for the FUSE: Cultural Diversity in the Arts Forum. Panel topic: "(Re)presentation: Perspectives on culturally diverse contemporary arts and creative practice"
Type
Academic Honours, Prestigious Awards or Prizes
Reference year
2016
Details
QUT Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award.
Type
Keynote Speaker/Expert Panel Member/Invited Speaker for a Conference
Reference year
2016
Details
Invited to talk on a BrisAsia Festival YumChat Round Table Discussion. Round table topic: "Envisioning the Future of inter-cultural collaborations".
Type
Keynote Speaker/Expert Panel Member/Invited Speaker for a Conference
Reference year
2016
Details
Invited to participate in a panel discussion as part of the OzAsia Festival Connect program. Panel topic: "Navigating Transcultural Collaboration".
Type
Keynote Speaker/Expert Panel Member/Invited Speaker for a Conference
Reference year
2015
Details
Invitation to participate in a Round Table Discussion at the Performing Arts Market Seoul. Round table topic: "International Co-Production, Where are we at?".

Supervision

Current supervisions

  • The Creative Impact of the Symbiosis between Public Funding Agencies and Arts Sector: A Hong Kong Case Study
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Professor Sandra Gattenhof
  • Lose Yourself: A Cross-cultural Study of Audience Experience in Immersive Theatre
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Associate Professor Bree Hadley, Associate Professor Mark Ryan
  • Sustaining heritage through creative conversation, community engagement, innovative design and enterprise
    Professional Doctorate, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Associate Professor Verena Thomas
  • Theatre making in the age of #MeToo: Working toward an intersectional framework for making a safe creative space
    MPhil, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Caroline Heim
  • A lullaby we heard of once long ago
    MPhil, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Caroline Heim

Completed supervisions (Masters by Research)