Rinske Ginsberg is a physical performer, teacher and theatre maker with over 30 years experience in the arts industry in Australia. Rinske was an early pioneer of improvisational trapeze and has taught extensively at various universities, institutions and theatre companies. Ginsberg has produced, co-ordinated, programmed and chaired arts events for numerous festivals and organisations including: The Melbourne Fringe Festival, The Green Room Alternative Hybrid and The Arts House Reference Panel. Rinske’s most recent performance works have been driven by a fascination with urban crime, particularly crimes against women and an abiding interest in the causal manifestations of male and female rage.