DANCE AND SPOKEN WORD
My performance practice encompasses movement and spoken word. Through this interdisciplinary approach, I seek to temper the rigidity of words with the fluidity of physical motion—thereby communicating in a register that is both cognitive and embodied.
As a dancer and choreographer, I work primarily in the genres of urban, commercial and lyrical, though I dabble in contemporary. My work centres on queering, and I devise and perform either straight choreography or ‘collisions’ of word and movement.
In terms of spoken word, I’m known mostly for my poetry; however, I host events and read nonfiction (whether in a serious or a comedic fashion) as well.
Image: ‘Queer Icons Party’, EWF 2018 (photo by Snehargho Ghosh)
See 2016 and Earlier
Image: Dances, ABC TV, 2018 (dir. Ramon Watkins; watch on ABC iview here ▶︎)