Burridge graduated in Fine Art from the Australian National University and has a PhD in Contemporary Dance from London Contemporary Dance School in association with the University of Kent (UK). She has an international career as a dancer, choreographer, writer, multimedia artist and painter now based in Singapore where she is a Permanent Resident. Her performance collaborations have been performed at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra and regional galleries in NSW, Canberra and Singapore. In Singapore, her paintings have been exhibited in International Women’s Day exhibitions 2022 and 2023, (Federation of Art Societies Singapore) and in “Small Matter”, at Maya Gallery, Singapore.
“My painting combines a passion for movement and colour with my dance persona embodied through the interplay of lines, shapes and a sense of balance. I have developed an iconography of circles and lines observed from nature; these are metaphorically represented in many symbol systems across cultures throughout the world and resonate with deeper meanings and intentions. In Singapore, my home at the edge of the Lower Pierce Reservoir Nature Reserve is a constant source of inspiration with the changing light, storms, rain and sunsets.”