Jonathan Homsey is an arts maker and manager interested in the intersection of street dance, visual art and social engagement; he has a passion for community outreach using the moving body as a source of empowerment. Born in Hong Kong and raised in the United States of America, he immigrated to Australia in 2010 where his award-winning choreographic practice has evolved from a theatrical context to interdisciplinary installations across Australasia and Japan. Working with mediums from ceramics to augmented reality, Jonathan’s choreographic and curatorial practice uses street and queer dance movement to inform his works that explore utopian worlds and emotional connection. From choreographing for Australian pop star George Maple to Australia’s flagship circus company Circus Oz, Jonathan has shared dance as a curator and maker across commercial avenues and iconic Australian institutions including the Melbourne Museum.