Daniel Flood began his arts career in the theatre and ended up in new media arts and youth work. Over the past thirteen years he has developed and delivered a diverse number of arts and CCD programs across Australia involved theatre, publishing, visual arts and new media practices. Highlights have included an outdoor season (9 nights) of Shakespeare’s Macbeth with 30+ unemployed youth, Digital Graffiti: Plugged, a project working with regional young people to develop a body of new media work for exhibition using free and open source systems and the Home Turf Project for La Boite. He has collaborated with Emma Che Martin on a number hybrid performance works (The Journey, So Far Away Yet So Near), incoporating digital elements into contemporary performance. Daniel has also worked as digital trainer for Backbone Youth Arts.
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2013 Creative Development / Billy the Lawyer and Benny the Clown, Writer/Co-Director