My practice can be read as a series of site-specific body exhibitions. At its core, it values sculptural physicality, extended duration, and aesthetic precision where the relation between space, slowness, and movement is intensely magnified. London-based, working on choreographic projects that offer alternative means of engaging others in a situation. Each project has its own unique methodological structures that emerge through thinking of body knowledge and its potential to impact its surroundings. The potential of various models of collaboration is ongoing and foundational to the practices. Spread across educational, artistic, and community types of sites particularly libraries, museums, and art institutions, I have developed and presented work including The Reading Room at Wellcome Collection Museum, Christie's Auction House, Chisenhale Dance-space, Women's Art Library at Goldsmiths University, Lewisham Art House, London, M.A.M.A The Museum of Motherhood, Performatica Dance Festival Mexico, International Performance conference, Israel, and many others.
One of my research interests explores matriarchal approach to archival work through a long-term engagement with the Women’s Art Library (WAL), which is part of Goldsmiths Library Special Collections and Archives. The ongoing research led to site-specific projects and curatorial works, such as the Open Desk .