NAC Associate Artists

Liminal Creative

Liminal Creative is a Neurodivergent artist collective.

“Our work is made with a specific focus on connection and connectivity, exploring the use of creative and non-touch technology to create safe interactive and participatory experiences and installation for public space.
Through multi-sensory, AV installations and theatrical interventions, we seek to address some of the challenges and barriers that many face when accessing creative experiences.

Accessibility is embedded throughout the whole process, with offers and considerations made to audiences with complex care needs, learning disabilities and dementia, to enhance the work created for wider audiences in public space.”

Maria Uzor

Maria Uzor is a genre-fusing electronic artist. Previously one half of dance-punk duo Sink Ya Teeth, her solo work was written and produced over lockdown.
Her work merges the spirits of electro, avant-pop and techno, with African and Caribbean syncopated grooves.

Dulce Duca

Professional actress and juggler since 2004, Dulce Duca conceives absurd and surrealistic shows.

She studied circus at FAAAC in France & developed her own juggling langage for 12 years with her mentor Iris Ziordia. From that research she created her first solo show, UM BELO DIA.
Since then she has been performing her shows and working with other companies Colective Protocole (FR), Gandini Juggling (UK).
She has performed in 10 countries including Mexico, Brasil and Cabo Verde.


Liv is a nonbinary performer and drag artist from Nottingham. They began performing in Norwich during their fine art degree at Norwich University of the arts and has since helped to cultivate a vibrant drag scene in the city.

They curate showcases of drag and queer performance art at the Norwich Arts Centre, enriching audiences with forward-thinking perspectives on gender and queerness. Their work centres around community, creating platforms for local talent and holding space for Norwich’s thriving LGBTQ+ community.

In 2019 they were a finalist in The Glory’s Lipsync1000 and are currently touring their revue ‘Cabaret Liberté’ across UK venues, originally commissioned post-lockdown by the Norwich Arts Centre

Polly Wright

Polly is a musician whose work bleeds into Composition, Performance, Film, and Written Word.

She has created music for theatre, installation, poetry, fashion and dance and performed headline sold out shows at The National Portrait Gallery and Hoxton Music Hall. The album ‘Sing as the Crow Flies’, a collaboration with Laura Cannell, received Folk album of the month in the Guardian.

Her work is haunted by the ghosts of Nostalgia and Loss, the marsh, coast and village landscapes of East Anglia, Lieder of the Romantic era, derelict architecture and short stories.

Lucy Farrant

Lucy is Director of the Young Norfolk Arts Trust and as LJ Hope Productions is a Creative Producer. She is co- Director of True Stories Live and the instigator of both Balloon and A Respectful Conversation. She has produced several plays by artists in the region including CAMP! and Mother Country.