Interdisciplinary performance, video, community art
A little more about me:
Sensory being is the starting point of my work. I feel intrigued by the body's potential to experience self and others in a more full way than would be possible through rational or digital engagement. While this sounds simple I think physical and sensory engagement with the world can help overcome commodification of others which has become so common under the rule of capitalism.
I aim to create spaces where meetings with otherness can happen in a sensory way and people are asked to own their experiences. In my visual work I research how physicality can be translated into visual media. Work takes the form of performance, video, photography, installation, immersive experience and workshops. As a workshop leader I see movement as a way to learn how to be with change and explore the wide spectrum of responses one can have and feel empowered about ones ability to choose and act.