One Off Makery designs and creates high calibre work from salvaged resources for performance, exhibition and participation.
Since 1997 Bryony Anderson’s puppets and constructions for visual performance have toured nationally and internationally with many Australian performance, puppetry, circus and theatre companies, as well as appearing in museums, festivals and films. Solo exhibitions have ranged from interactive puppetry installations and handmade projection machinery to intricate illustration, all investigating the potential in salvaged materials. She has led over 120 workshops in urban, rural, and desert communities, and mentored emerging makers from around Australia.
One Off Makery was established in 2011 on the Mid North Coast of NSW, and from a solar powered shed in the bush began working with community to create high calibre, locally relevant participatory projects.
Bryony is now Designer/Maker for Terrapin Theatre Company in Hobart, Tasmania, designing and constructing puppets and performance objects and mentoring local makers.