Master of Contemporary Art
My practice explores the relational exchanges arising between space and the body. Through performance-based video, sound and installation, my work questions how we move and are moved from both personal and socio-political perspectives. My artwork constructs spaces for vulnerability, revealing the subtleties existing between touching and being felt, looking and being seen, speaking and being heard. I choreograph the poetic languages of the body, space, touch and spoken word into intimate encounters that decentre ocularity and privilege intuitive, embodied receptions. Materialising as 'a choreography of breath,' my work encapsulates the affective potential to elasticise the boundaries of our interior selves. Utterances and fragments intersect to evoke the multitudes of bodily experience.