Rosslyn Wythes’ creative practice encompasses performance, choreography, painting and teaching. Her work is often site-specific and is shaped through interdisciplinary collaboration. Currently she is based in Brussels and maintains ties with Sydney and her home-town of Orange, Wiradjuri land.
Rosslyn's choreographic work is shaped by the collaborators involved. It often responds to its performance context, whether that be site specific, for a regional audience, durational or looped. As a performer she has had the pleasure of working with Australian and European choreographers including Jos Baker, La Fura Dels Baus, Matthew Morris, Rakesh Sukesh, Kaldor Public Art Projects, Nick Cave and Ultima Vez, as well as opera directors Andrea Breth, Rafael Villabos and Christophe Coppens. In 2017, she performed the narrator role for Sidi Larbi Cheraouki’s piece Noetic at the Banff Centre of Arts and Creativity.