A line of weareable forms and furnishings that change the viewer’s perception through one use or daily use.
“More than merely pondering the currencies of breathing, When Our Breaths Run, is a rumination on the estrangements we have with our own bodies.” Excerpt from essay by Dodo Dayao, (April, 2017)
"The way you move affects the way you think about movement." Jonathan Burrows
A game that translates the choreographic process into a game. Inspired by Jonathan Burrows' workshop Writing Dance at Movement Research (2011).
Performing a building-size site-specific score intentionally exploring the sonic characteristics of a mid-century garage-design studio.
Drifting thread lines, vibrating string, falling clay interrupt the flow of a public walkway and make visible physical, temporal and territorial movements and undeclared agreements.
Line drawings that trace a continuous arm movement in ink and look to their surroundings for shape and form. Inspired by dancer Yvonne Rainer and her work performed in this same place, second floor loft in Judson Church.
Introducing string as a material strategy for observing how spaces and social beings behave.