Dosh Luckwell is a theatre maker, performer and poet. Luckwell’s performance practice is a crossover of theatre, poetry, music, dance and installation that explores the themes of intimacy, sexuality, sex, relationships, gender and power.
Recent theatre works include: Box Me (AIDS 2014), Iron Man: The Shop Window Ironing Strip Show (Midsumma & Fringe World) and Mr Femme Fatale (Fringe World).
Luckwell is also the creator of the ongoing live art projects Sex Poetry Booth and the Sex Wall. Luckwell has released a nationally distributed album of sex poetry/music titled Sex Poems and is one half of the music outfit Public Sex that combines dirty words with techno.
Luckwell has been awarded Best Emerging Artist at the 2012 Fringe World awards and Best Live Artist at the Melbourne Fringe 2012.
This year, Luckwell has completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Performance Creation (Animateuring) at the Victorian College of the Arts.