My art practice embodies the nature of ephemera by illuminating the sculptural relationships between performer and site. Both technical and philosophical, my interdisciplinary art practice—called Sculptformance—integrates process-based installation with thematically-based live performance. The work fosters an intimacy between human presence and the properties of objects and place. The both lasting and fleeting environment presents a point of attraction between somatic, material, persona and meditation.
I have devised and developed my process for performance art making through a self designed philosophy that weaves together specific postmodern theories, somatic principles, improvisational choreography, immersive scenic design, and hybrid writing.