Clare Britton is an artist.

Clare Britton works collaboratively as a designer, puppeteer and performer to create original, visual theatre. A founding member of theatre company My Darling Patricia, Clare plays a pivotal role in the creation of My Darling Patricia’s work and the ongoing practice of the company. My Darling Patricia’s most recent production, Africa , was created as Malthouse Theatre’s 2009 company in residence.

From 2000-03 Clare worked with Erth Visual and Physical Inc as a puppet maker, rigger and performer touring Australia, Singapore and Korea. During this time she also participated in training and mentorship initiatives at PACT Theatre in Sydney. In 2006 Clare received an Australia Council skills development grant and studied under Philippe Genty at the VCA. Clare’s freelance career sees her collaborate on projects as a designer and performance maker. Clare has worked freelance with organisations Urban Theatre Projects, Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, Performance Space, PACT, UNSW and Branch Nebula and with directors Ros Oades, Dean Walsh, Lee Wilson, Ben Winspear, Matt Prest and Joey Rugirok Van Der Werven. Following on from the success of The Tent (Next Wave, Pspace and Campbelltown arts Centre), Clare is collaborating with Matt Prest and Danny Egger under the name Mogo Zoo to create Hole in the Wall (for Campbelltown Arts Centre, Performance Space and Next Wave seasons in early 2010). Also in 2010, Clare is working on the development of Julianne Long’s The Invisiblility Project and new My Darling Patricia works Posts in the Paddock and Ted Head.