“My own theatre has never aimed at solidarity, but to address the soul where it feels its difference.”

Howard Barker, “The Consolations of Catastrophe”, Arguments for a Theatre

My practice is driven by a keen interest in testing the boundaries of artistic disciplines. I am a performance-based artist continually reevaluating and forming new amalgamations of theatre, installation, and object-making; rejoicing in the liminal. I consider art-making to be a means of learning. Within this blend of expression, literary texts are employed as cornerstones for merging the past and present. My projects claw open the present moment to reveal the histories that make it up. I often require the viewer to lend their hands to this task, becoming an active agent and essential to the work. My experiential performances are rituals of dissonance.