Rebecca Camilleri is a performance maker and writer. Her processes involve extracting everyday life actions and experiences from human relationships. The outcomes are physical, intimate and visual performances. She makes studio work, and also works in unconventional theatre spaces, such as harbours, shops, museums and streets.
Born in Malta, Rebecca suffers from goldfish syndrome and like a fox in the wild forests, she seeks to hunt, to climb, to run and to be part of a pack of artistic practitioners. She is a founding member of the rubberbodies collective and has been engaged in several performance and community projects as a performing artist, devisor, research writer and project leader.
Rebecca graduated with a First Degree in BA Choreography and Visual Art Practices from Dartington College of Arts, UK and a Masters in English (Modern and Contemporary Literature and Criticism) at the University of Malta.
Rebecca was part of the danceWEB Scholarship Program for ImPulsTanz #28-Vienna International Dance Festival, Austria and worked as a Visiting Assistant Lecturer at the Dance Studies Department, School of Performing Arts, University of Malta.