Dance artist, Axis Syllabus teacher and independent curator. Fascinated by human relationships and curious about successful, unsuccessful and unfinished dialogues, I make the body the subject and the object of my inquiry.
For me, the complex and sensitive architecture of the body moving in relationship with space, time and other bodies, represents an archive of information to draw from for social and political investigation.
My latest artistic work considers the body as an access gate to an archive of ancient and new memories that are written into the body's process of inventing itself. I attempt to hold a space where the body is provided with the time it needs to solve or resolve challenges and to reveal the intrinsic, poetic logic of its internal and external environment.