Moved by the notion that humans could truly be stewards of the planet instead of its colonisers I focus on observing and addressing the human-nature-culture relationship. My art and facilitation practices are ways of building bridges across ecosystems, communities and disciplines to reconnect people with themselves, each other and nature. This can take the form of sound and voice works, artist books, spatial interventions and performative experiences as well as artist residencies, workshops or consultancies for individuals and organisations.
Ecology, or the study of the way a species relates to and affects its environment and vice versa, is the starting point of my research and the cornerstone of my work. I mostly work in collaboration with others and use relational mechanisms to articulate, experience or re-contextualise narratives, situated knowledges and given notions of self, community and place. With a strong background in dance and somatic awareness practices along with visual art and cinema, I use elements of performance, storytelling, installation, music and voice to invite listening and resonance within and without. This set of tools along with my passion and ability to enable interconnections across worlds allows me, both as an artist and facilitator, to create time and space to reflect, celebrate, (re)value, connect, act, shift, harmonise or simply observe our place in the world.
On this platform, I share the full scope of my work as well as a journal for reflections related to the human-nature-culture relationship and special announcements.