BalletLab’s artistic projects contribute to the prolific growth and depth of research into Australian contemporary dance and choreographic practice. Committed to the exploration and evolution of the choreographic process, BalletLab regularly initiates and undertakes projects, which specifically investigate the intricacies of the means that leads to the presentation of contemporary art. BalletLab debuted with their sell out Melbourne season of Amplification in 1998. Amplification went on to win two Green Room Awards and an Australian Dance Award Nomination. Following the success of Amplification, BalletLab created Upholster (2000), Ei Fallen (2001), The Self-Encasing Trilogy (2002-03), Nativity (2003), Incarnation (2004) and Fiction (2004) Origami (2006) Brindabella (2007) Axeman Lullaby (2008), Miracle (2009). Aviary (2009-2011) is in development.