Dr. Priya Srinivasan is a dancer, choreographer and writer originally from Melbourne and has lived and performed around the globe. Her award winning book "sweating Saris: Indian Dance As Transnational Labor"
connecting modern and postmodern dance with Indian dance, migration and labor forms the basis of her research and practice. Her research and performance work reveals its own labor framed by postmodern
sensibilities while grounded in Indian "classical" performance practices. Her work has been presented in diverse settings in many theatre houses, galleries, universities, museums, parks, historic buildings, and in public spaces such as the Showroom Gallery in London, Gangviertel in Hamburg, Berlin Wall Memorial, Treasury Building Melbourne,
Rockbund Art Museum in Shanghai (China), The Korzo Theatre and The Allard Pierson Museum (Netherlands), typografia galleria in Bucharest (Romania), Krishna Gana Sabha in Chennai (India)Unknown Theatre, Barclay, Irvine Civic Center and Bill Barber Park, in Los
Angeles (USA), Harvard University (USA), Stanford University (USA), Oxford University (UK).