Sudhee LIAO was born and raised in Singapore. She graduated from The Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts majoring in Contemporary Dance.
Her experience as a dancer is wide ranging having worked extensively with a range of international choreographers, such as Fang-yi Sheu, Laura Aris Alvarez, Dam Van Huynh, Jaime Redfern and John Utans. She has performed in international dance festivals and various productions across a range of theatres, galleries and site specific spaces.
Her works include performances in theatres, galleries, museums and site-specific spaces as well as video works. As a choreographer, her more recent works includes Going live: dancing with enigmatic perception which was shown in Shanghai Power Station of Art and Tai Kwun, Hong Kong. Haptic Compression and Hermetic Diode, a collaborative piece with visual artist, Andrew Luk was commissioned by The Hong Kong Jockey Club was premiered at The Hong Kong Art Festival 2017 and 2018 respectively. White Cell was a 2 month residency programme at WING Platform and Not Yet / To Forget, co-choreographed with Ivan Chan was commissioned by Hong Kong Arts and Development Council was presented both in Hong Kong and Malaysia. She recently received a full scholarship from HKADC to attend ImpulsTanz festival this Summer.
She is currently an independent dance artist, choreographer and dance educator.