Sean Bacon studied video & visual arts, graduating with Honors in 1998. He worked with the French dance company Experience Harmaat (2000-2), and their collaboration Nobody Nevermind opened the performance section of the prestigious Venice Bienniale (2001). Other works include a solo show, Collective, (Cast Gallery, Hobart), a group show Brilliant Refraction (Cube 37, Melbourne), and a collaborative performance installation Sleeplessness (Performance Space 2003). In 2005 he was awarded a 3-month residency at the Australia Council's Green Street Studios in New York. Sean has been a Company Artist for version 1.0 since 2005. His work with version 1.0 encompasses the recent sell-out season of Table of Knowledge, the Helpmann Award winning This Kind of Ruckus, the Drover Award winning Deeply offensive and utterly untrue, and The Green Room Award winning The Bougainville Photoplay Project. In 2010 Sean worked as the video artist on the Sydney Theatre Award nominated seven kilometres north-east, which toured to Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina in April 2011. Sean worked as the video designer for Belvoir's production of Measure for Measure, under the direction of Benedict Andrews, and for which he won a Sydney Theatre Award for Stage Design in 2011. With Andrews he also worked as the video designer for the English National Opera/Young Vic's production Return of Ulysses in London 2011. In 2012 Sean worked on Sydney Theatre Company production Pygmalion, and Sydney Festivall/ Urban Theatre Projects/ Belvoir's production of Buried City, and version 1.0's The Tender Age.