Master of Contemporary Art
In an increasingly digital age, the future of touch is unstable. In response to this condition, my work offers queer methodologies to enact care and to reconsider collective experiences in a fragmented society. By facilitating participatory encounters my research brings together artists and non-artists, humans and non-humans, to consider how we coexist and affect one another. Speaking to cultures of performance and voyeurism, production and consumption, my work embraces the screen as a necessary partner, enabling social interaction, collaborative practice and access to archives. With liveness, plurality and interdependency, my work generates choreographic scores to repurpose found material, from digital through to physical.
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