Having a background in theatre and dance I use approaches such as object theatre and choreography to facilitate a playful way of breaking out of the ordinary. Aiming to create a platform which invites a confrontation with the absurdity of our “normal” behaviours.
My work takes shape in interactive collaborative performances with material from the everyday.
It is largely informed by my own experiences and facilitated through the relevant objects which become the primary point of contact with the audience.
Through this I aim to investigate the relationship between us and our immediate environments. Interested in understanding how this mutual impact shapes our perceptions of the world, my research spans from modern philosophy to physical research, recognising them all as complementary forms of knowledge.