Mish Grigor is a performance maker, writer and curator based in Sydney. She is one third of the performance group POST, whose work has been seen around Australia. Their works include Oedipus Schmoedipus, Who’s the Best?, Shamelessly Glitzy Work, Swimming Home in Heels, Everything I Know About the Global Financial Crisis in One Hour and Gifted and Talented.
In 2014 POST will travel to the UK to tour Everything I Know About The Global Financial Crisis In One Hour, as well as undertaking a residency at In Between Time Festival, Bristol and The Junction, Cambridge.
Mish’s solo and other collaborative works have been presented at Next Wave, Perth Institute for Contemporary Arts and Lismore Regional Gallery, amongst others. In 2014 she is presenting Man O Man at Festival of Live Art, Melbourne, and at Vital Statistix, Adelaide.
From 2009 to 2011, she was co-director of The Imperial Panda Festival, co-director of Quarterbred, and co-founder of Tiny Stadiums. Mish is working with UK/Belgian company Reckless Sleepers to devise their new piece EMPIRE and recently had a residency at NES Iceland. Mish has Honours in Performance Studies from UNSW, and a Bachelor in Performance Making (Theory and Practice) from UWS.