• “My work is about a lived experience, and how each gesture allows fears and facts of our lives escape us.”

  • “In sequences of performative actions, I re-enact small vulnerable moments.”

  • “Gestures and Actions can take on a deeper level of meaning.”

“I remember the moment my mother announced she was leaving, sitting in the back of a car with my younger brother; perplexed, being told how things were ‘all for the best’. I remember the feeling of aloneness and of sudden separation. As a child I would often climb up the biggest of trees to physically feel at peace, away from ... Read on

Performative Practice