Zee Zunnur

Zee is a movement artist who currently dances with Hofesh Shechter Company and an Associate Artist with Bhumi Collective. She started dance training at a young age in traditional Malay Dance with Sri Warisan Som Said Performing Arts Ltd. Being part of the pioneer batch at School of the Arts Singapore and danced with T.H.E. (Second) Dance Company, her love for contemporary dance brought her to London and graduated with a BA(Hons) from London Contemporary Dance School with a scholarship from the National Arts Council (Singapore) and Leverhulme Trust (UK). Whilst in the UK, she has worked with choreographers and companies such as Victor Quijada (RUBBERBAND), Punchdrunk, Dane Hurst and Joseph Toonga (Just Us Dance Theatre).

Having toured internationally as a performer and teacher with Hofesh Shechter Company, she has also been invited as a guest artist and choreographer with various companies, festivals, residencies and schools such as with T.H.E. Dance Company, M1 CONTACT Contemporary Dance Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Ignition Dance Festival, Esplanade da:ns festival Singapore, Singapore Biennale and more. Being based in Australia now, she has worked with Sydney Dance Company (sharing Hofesh Shechter Company repertoire with the Pre-Professional Year), STRUT Dance, Co3 Australia, Marrugeku, Mitch Harvey Company, James Vu Anh Pham, Brooke Leeder and  WAAPA. She is currently a mentor for a dance project funded by the Propel Youth Arts WA and choreographing a work in the upcoming Fremantle Biennale 2021. Other than her love for movement, Zee writes in her spare time shedding light on consciousness, culture and empowering brown voices of women especially within Southeast Asia.