I am an English-St.Lucian, transdisciplinary Ahhtist and Qurator, born, living, and working in the regenerated east-end of London.
I explore themes of multiculturalism, unity, and resilience, negotiating variant ephemeral (and durational) activity.
I limn sustainability through my work.
I dance across drawing and painting, moving image, installation, text, sound, and sculpture, generating new relationships between process and form, inviting others into new ways of perceiving and connecting, entailing a deeper synthesis of experience.
I gesture towards and through scintillating Blackness, Queerness, and Faith, thawing frozen intuitions.
I find more artful ways of living through experimental collaborations and collective exchanges across cultures, identities, and experiences.
I value the privilege of being humane, exploring and embodying this dynamic in socio-political and environmental relations.
I value art that reveals alternative ways of living, and activism that establishes new practices for self, other, and environment to thrive together.
Camden Arts Centre Youth Collective online workshop
Bright Dynasty independent transdisciplinary performance residency supported by Jerwood Arts (Jerwood Bursary Artist 2020), exploring human relations and alternative taxonomies originating in diaspora experience
Inklingroom & Netil Radio remote dance class
Dance Art Journal, Percolate residency and online workshop, supported by Siobhan Davies Dance
Umbra, Penumbra, Antumba CONSTELLATIONS 2020/21 supported by UP Projects & Flat Time House
Long Play Liberation: Live online transmission and international performance panel commissioned by The Place ‘What does the future look like?’ Festival
Long Play Liberation transdisciplinary live performance series touring town halls in Newham, commissioned by Newham London for Newham’s Black History Month 2020 celebration
Leave your vessels On-going performance research project with sound artist and founding member of Earwax Esmé Lewis-Gartside