Meg Wilson is an Adelaide-based interdisciplinary artist and designer whose practice spans installation, performance and set, lighting and costume design.

Recently she has designed set and costume with State Theatre Company of South Australia (Terrestrial  2018, Euphoria, 2021, Eureka Day 2021) and Windmill Theatre Co. (Amphibian, 2018/2021) and works extensively with Vitalstatistix (Bedroom lighting design 2021 and Progress Report set, costume and lighting designs 2021), Patch Theatre (Lighthouse, AF 2020) and Restless Dance Theatre, for whom she designed the 2018 Adelaide Festival productions of Intimate Space (2018) and Guttered (2021)She has been largely involved with the establishment of RUMPUS for whom she was venue designer. In 2016, Meg was Lead Artist Intern with The Rabble.

Meg premiered performance work SQUASH! with Arts House during the Festival of Live Art (FOLA, 2018) and has exhibited independently with Contemporary Art Centre SA (2015), BLINDSIDE, VIC; Constance ARI, TAS; Nexus Arts and FELTspace. She has created public projects for FELTspace (2014), Open Space Contemporary Arts (OSCA) (2017), and curated a public program for ACE Open (2019). In 2018 she was a resident artist with Urban Theatre Projects (NSW), hand-weaving trampolines for production Right Here. Right Now. Meg was awarded the 2019 Green Room Award for Contemporary and Experimental Performance (Innovation in Durational Performance), for SQUASH!.

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