editor, writer, speaker and dancer
Adolfo Aranjuez is an editor, writer, speaker and dancer whose interdisciplinary practice focuses on queering and ‘collisions’ of word and movement. His essays, criticism and poetry have been published widely, including in Meanjin, Right Now, Screen Education, The Manila Review, Cordite and Peril, and he has choreographed and performed for Dance Massive, Federation Square, ABC TV, Midsumma, the Immigration Museum, MOD. Museum and the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival, among others.
He is currently the Melbourne International Film Festival’s publications and content manager, Liminal magazine’s publication editor and Arts Access Victoria’s specialist projects producer; previously, he edited the magazines Metro and Archer.