Movement is at the heart of my work, as are my commitment to explore physicality and its compositional possibilities. In using composition and embodied ways of knowing to re-imagining the relationship to our own body and others, I invite viewers to join a journey I want to discover myself that involves questioning perceptions and creating new realizations.
I am particularly drawn to the body as a repository of spatial, sensory and emotional experiences and how to use these existing structures of knowing in and through the body as a lens to examine existence, transformation, and memory.
Dance is problem-solving that engages with the physical world and the resistance it provides. My body is the first site of my creative research, and my collaborative practice provides a site for experimentation at which individual and collective knowledge can be pushed in new directions.
My work are created for the stage, public spaces, and film with the objective to create experiences in which questioning can happen.