Yellow Wheel's major work for 2016 Choreography by Adam Wheeler, Kyall and Dancers Lighting by Chris Payne Composer Duane Morrison Motion Tracking Projection Artist Nick Roux Costumes by Rebecca Jensen Production Manager Chris Payne Company Manager Joshua Lowe Supported by: Creative Victoria, Lucy Guerin Inc, Chunky Move & The Space Dance & Arts Centre. Lucy Guerin Inc is the proud home of Yellow Wheel.
In March this year we had the pleasure of sharing the stage with the amazing dancers from E.Motion21 for World Down Syndrome Day. Here is a little snippet caught by the talented Pippa Samaya. We hope you enjoy it!
A part of Yellow Wheel's CAUGHT YELLOW HANDED Choreography: Adam Wheeler & Dancers Lighting: JB Knibbs Production Management: Caitlyn Livingston With kind Assistance from Lucy Guerin Inc, Chunky Move & The Space
This is the last video played as part of Alice Can Dance 2015. Filmed by Pip Samaya Edit by Adam Wheeler Sound Credit Jon Hopkins

2NDTOE'S The Lost Dance Project is a cross-disciplinary artwork examining our place as humans within the advancement of technology and, how this infantile relationship needs to be nurtured and expanded. Created within the streets of Melbourne, TLDP invites the public to become a part of something greater than their own experience.

Yellow Wheel's second major work. Artistic Direction: Adam Wheeler Choreography: Adam Wheeler, Jake Kuzma and dancers Sound: Alisdair Macindoe Lights: Julia Knibbs Costumes: Ben Hancock Production: Matt Scott (Megafun) Producer: Josh Lowe Project supported by Arts Victoria, Lucy Guerin Inc, Chunky Move, The Space & Megafun

Adam Produced 2NDTOE's Family

Revolt Artspace 28.08.13 - 31.08.13

It Sounds Silly was part of Chunky Move's Next Move Program. In partnership with Signal Choreography by Adam Wheeler & Dancers Lights by Ben Cisterne Sound by Alisdair Macindoe Video by Rob Fox with Nick Roux Documentation by Nick Roux

I Love Cars 2011 I ♥ Cars Where the metallic meets the organic. Explore your inner rev-head in a site- specific, multi-art mash-up exploring our love affair with cars and the way they literally connect and separate us. Launceston. The undisputed ‘blockie’ capital of Australia. On any given night boys and girls hook up, hang out and drive. Round and round. Stompin, Launceston’s youth contemporary dance company, celebrates the quintessentially Tasmanian notion of the 'blockie', we explore issues of freedom, escape, identity, autonomy and belonging. I ♥ Cars will be presented in Ten Days on the Island, Tasmania’s state-wide biennial multi art-form festival which runs 25 March – 3 April 2011. Stompin’s incredibly talented team of artists will collaborate with 25 young, non-professional performers from Launceston, aged 14-30. Direction Adam Wheeler, Choreography Adam Wheeler and dancers, Community Artist Emma Porteus, Film Maker Dan Speed, Lighting Design and Production Bluebottle and Young Tasmanian Performers. Featuring young dancers, 'blockie' routers, thumping stereos, squealing tyres and fuzzy dice: come and meet us in a city car park, do a few blockies and explore your inner rev-head. Dates: Thursday 31 March, Friday 1 April and Saturday 2 April 2011 Venue: Bus pick up and drop off Bathurst Street Car Park, Launceston to Automotive Training Complex, Skills Institute, Alanvale, Launceston. Times: Bus departs Car Park 8pm, bus returns to Car Park by 10pm Tickets: Full $20. Concession $15
Stompin's latest show, WeTubeLIVE: a living exposition of 100 solos ripped from the internet and performed live by a diverse group of young Tasmanians, WeTubeLIVE is a playful response to the video sharing site YouTube. WeTubeLIVE was part of Junction 2010 - the Regional Arts Australia national conference which was held in Launceston from 26 -- 29 August 2010.
Directed, Shot & Edited by Claudia Sangiorgi Dalimore Dancers: Adam Wheeler, Nat Abbott and Lachlan Hayes Featuring performance by Cisco Tavares & members of the MASSIVE hip-hop choir. Special assistance by: Juleiahh Koren, James Elliot, Kitty Sinclair, Tessa Di Pietro , Michelle Grace Hunder and Angel Matariki Mateoha

Adam, Tyler and Frankie worked with Krozm and Architecture in Helsinki to create this fun little film clip.

When the brightest minds come together, we achieve incredible things. Learn more about the contributions that come from a collision of ideas: http://go.unimelb.edu.au/8w6a.

Detail 2

Director: Jackson Dickie Cinematographer: Germain McMicking Producer: Ruth Morris Choreographer: Adam Wheeler (2nd Toe) Editor: LD (Krozm) Colourist: Roslyn Di Sisto 1st Assistant Camera: Alex Cardy Art Director: Jackson Dickie Wardrobe: Bernadette Francis, Hannah E. C. Gaffer: Dan Carr Best Boy: Jason Albury Gaff Assist / Data Wrangler: Brett Walker Production Runner: Tomas Zagoda Art Department: Mitchell Dickie, Zoe Lofts Standby Props: Chris Watts Owl Eyes: Brooke Addamo Ensemble 1: Harvie Lawrence Ensemble 2: Eben Rojter Ensemble 3: Chris Chua Ensemble 4: Liam Taylor Ensemble 5: Isabel Macmaster Ensemble 6: Karina Gaal Ensemble 7: Danni Garcia Ensemble 8: Kate Horner Ensemble 9: Sebastian Geilings

The following is placeholder text known as “lorem ipsum,” which is scrambled Latin used by designers to mimic real copy. Aenean eu justo sed elit dignissim aliquam. Donec eget risus diam. Maecenas non leo laoreet, condimentum lorem nec, vulputate massa. Vivamus a ante congue, porta nunc nec, hendrerit turpis.

Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae. Aenean eu justo sed elit dignissim aliquam. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra, per inceptos himenaeos. Nulla lectus ante, consequat et ex eget, feugiat tincidunt metus. Donec ac fringilla turpis. Suspendisse nec congue purus.

Yellow Wheel's first major work Dance Robot Dance