Bex Anson is a visual theatre maker interested in audience experience, experimental environments and collective synergy. A painting graduate of Glasgow School of Art she co-founded site-specific gallery Lowsalt (2006-2010) and multi-disciplinary arts collective 85A (2008-2014).
Currently she is an associate director with Bassline Circus and recently set up scenography company Mhz with her long time collaborator Dav Bernard. MHz specialises in vibrant and immersive environments for multidisciplinary performers and makers.
In recent years Bex has specialised in expanding her physical theatre practice training with the likes of Philip Gaullier, Mick Barnfather, Hillary Westlake, Fabrizio Montecchi and Agnes Limbos. A recipient of a 2018 Jerwood performing arts bursary she undertook a ‘Laboratory of Artistic Brilliance’ with Cirkus Cirkör and was artist in residence with Nofit State Circus / New Vic theatre to celebrate 25o years since the birth of modern circus.
Bex has presented work at Take Me Somewhere festival, Tramway, NVA, Glasgow Film Festival, Behaviour festival, Dance International Glasgow, GI Festival, Jacksons Lane, Fusion Festival and Boomtown festival.
Her projects VOID, KID_X and Liquid Sky are produced in association with Jill Smith and Kathryn Boyle from FERAL