Joe Young is a South African theatre maker and writer working across mediums to create experimental and playful performances.
Having trained in South Africa his work has focused on issues of post-colonial identities in contemporary South Africa, as well as exploring the process of writing mental health, looking at the body as a site of knowledge. Focusing on creating visceral responses to mental processes as a means of externalising the crises, Joe works on immersive works.
His most recent projects include working as part of the team running William Kentridge's Centre for the Less Good Idea and performing as part of DarkNoon by Tue Biering and Fix&Foxy.
His writing can be found in South African magazines Prufrock, as well as in OddMagazine, as well as his personal blog 50h0h.