General Information

Teetering on the edges of choreography, intuitive improvisation and live art, I create situations that are rooted in exploring the disorderly multiplicity of identity. I work with notions of performative alchemy and cultural bricolage – using live moments, object appropriation, personal history, future desires and current preoccupations to create an empathetic centrifuge of experience between myself and witnesses. Today, my work can perhaps best be described by its influences: lucid cinematography, living sculpture, physical comedy, psychological excavation, deconstructed social commentary, the bulimic logic of Hip Hop, and child-like naïveté.