Photo: Thomas Cuckle

I am an English-St.Lucian, transdisciplinary Ahhtist and Qurator, born, living, and working in the (regenerated) east-end of London.

I explore unity and resilience of the self, the collective, and worlds beyond the human, negotiating variant ephemeral and durational activity.

I limn sustainability through my work, finding artful ways to thrive with others through socially engaged practices, and experimental collaborations.

Photo: Gavin Repton

My embodied dance practice is permeated by multifarious identities of Blackness, Queerness, and Faith. Dancing in these integral forces, I reclaim my unhurried, precise and kaleidoscopic personhood.

The future I am growing towards is

Preceded by dance, my transdisciplinary practice evolves across drawing, painting, text, sound, and sculpture, developing into installations, exhibitions, and performances. This progression observes embodied relationships grown intuitively between accumulating variables of process and form, offering generous encounters to audiences where ways of perceiving and connecting entail a deeper synthesis of experience.

Upcoming:

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Twelve Live Performance Artists, Twelve Artworks of Our Time,
in association with London Performance Studios.  

A colaboradora, a workshop commons: inaugural research practice series hosted by Performance@King’s

Umbra, Penumbra, Antumbra 
CONSTELLATIONS 2020-21 Live at Flat Time House 

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Recent:

Bright Dynasty, supported by Jerwood Arts (Jerwood Bursary Artist 2020) & Kunstraum London.

Camden Arts Centre Youth Collective Online workshop

Inklingroom & Netil Radio remote dance class

Dance Art Journal,
Percolate residency and workshop, supported by Siobhan Davies Dance

Umbra, Penumbra, Antumba
CONSTELLATIONS 2020/21
supported by UP Projects & Flat Time House

Long Play Liberation: Transmission,
commissioned by The Place ‘What does the future look like?’ Festival

Long Play Liberation,
commissioned by Newham London for Newham’s Black History Month 2020 celebration

Leave your vessels
performance research project with Esmé Lewis-Gartside

 

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