Who We Are
The combined forces of experienced artist/educators Angela Clarke and Camilla Maling.
Back in 2017 over a glass of Prosecco in a Coburg pub, their collaboration was born. Firstly as a sound duo - Sonic Field, an exciting performative encounter to make the unheard, heard. Their first audio work From The Stillness was accepted into the Fielding Project 2017/18 - an RMIT initiative supported by an ARC Linkage Grant. Clarke & Maling’s collaboration quickly progressed into areas of mutual interest & passion; education, embodied practices, improvisation, performance, social philosophy and the like.
Live Particle was conceived through a long held desire to see embodiment practices in the education system and out into the connective tissue of our communities. Clarke & Maling believe this is a performative act of generating and substantiating live knowing.
Angela is a Melbourne based, multi-disciplinary artist/educator & researcher who uses embodiment practices to create both live and recorded performance work. As a theatre maker and singer/songwriter, recent original live works include ‘Imagine This . . .’ at Abbostford Convent and The Last Ovum at Melbourne Fringe Festival.
Angela is a classically trained singer who has worked collaboratively with a range of artists and musicians over the past couple of decades. Her original music with Civil Tongues and Luminate Ensemble blurs the lines between high art and popular culture by encompassing both operatic and everyday vocal sounds. Inspired by immersive ontologies, Angela’s performance philosophy work explores the fragility of humans and the natural world.
Angela has worked extensively in creative arts education, writing, directing and producing numerous student productions. She has recently completed a creative practice PhD at Monash University which can be found at www.angelaclarkephd.com
Angela is a tertiary teaching specialist, educational scholar and creativity advocate who provides academic leadership on research and teaching in creative disciplines at RMIT University. She has published work on creativity, fine art education, professional learning, educational change management, motherhood, and performance philosophy.
Otherwise known as the Embodiment Inquisitor, Camilla is a multi-disciplinary movement educator, artist & consultant based in Melbourne.
As educator and movement/sonic artist, Camilla works at the intersection of art and health to promote awareness of our elemental cellular intelligence as critical to our vitality, social intelligence and to environmental & social change.
Camilla’s work synthesises several decades’ worth of research & professional development with leading practitioners from around the world in various movement/dance practices, yoga, improvisation and sound design. This extensive and diverse study followed an earlier career with Radio New Zealand as an arts journalist and radio documentary maker.
Her career over the past 15 years has seen her teach small & large scale yoga (E-RYT 500) & movement experiences to various communities. She has enjoyed; a diverse private practice in yoga/movement therapy & mentoring, work as an independent artist and in collaborative endeavours such as Ginger In Orange. & The WonderLab Project. Camilla founded and directed The Yoga Lab - a pioneering Melbourne-based yoga & movement studio 2013-2016, and has recently consulted as a movement education specialist to Smiling Mind. Camilla's current educational work Adventures In The Field™ is a foundational part of Live Particle.