Performer and Writer, Applespiel
Nathan Harrison is a performer, writer and Honours graduate of University of Wollongong. A founding member of prolific performance collective Applespiel, Nathan has been making work internationally since 2010 with support from ArtsNSW and the Australia Council for the Arts. Applespiel’s work has been programmed at Malthouse Theatre Company, Performance Space and the Festival of Dangerous Ideas. With Boho Interactive he has developed Best Festival Ever alongside systems scientists and performed at the London Science Museum, Stockholm Resilience Centre and Battersea Arts Centre. As a science-theatre practitioner Nathan has developed works about water security, long-term thinking, and wildlife conservation. Nathan’s latest work on conservation ‘How I Saved the Western Black Rhino’ premiered in Penrith earlier this year, developed in conversation with Australian conservationists. Nathan is a broadcaster on FBi Radio and a host of the podcast Hottest 100s and 1000s.
Permission to be bold: art-science engagement (Workshop facilitator, Presenter)