My work is concerned with experience and transformation between public and private bodies and spaces. A movement towards re-experiencing and reorienting inside our entangled, inherited political and experiential bodies.
In the last two years I have made: something purple: my whole body overflows with thought at Palais de Tokyo, Paris and Block Universe, 2018. something orange: our bodies slip slide through knowing, performed with Jamila Johnson-Small sound by Nicholas Owen (Pumarosa)at Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2018 and at David Roberts Arts Foundation for the exhibition opening of (X) A Fantasy and at Oval Space with Pumarosa, 2017. OURNESS collaboration with sister Isabel Muñoz-Newsome for Art Night, Phillips auction house, London 2018. WE take the NIGHT walk by night through London for women and non binary people. instant fragments a solo performed at GUSH 2017. A new solo a body rites itself at Siobhan Davies Studios and Chisenhale Dance 2018. Performing 2DiveIn a solo, sound by Nena Zinovieff with CAMPerVAN at Tate Modern and D.R.A.F 2017. something purple: my whole body over flows with thought, to be performed at Calvert Foundation for launch of The Six Sense of the Avant-Garde and at London Topophobia 2017. Passage a group work and collaboration with Pumarosa was performed at ICA, 2016. let the body, a commission made with music producer Shelley Parker, performed with Jamila Johnson-Small at Arnolfini Bristol, 2016. Performing with Helm and Alice MacKenzie at South London Gallery and (33-33), 2015 and made Naked Nude a solo part of Airbomb at Royal Academy of Art, 2015. In What I Am Seeing the Sun was a collaboration with Savages and A Dead Forest Index, performed with Rosalie Wahlfrid-Shaw for Station to Station at Barbican, 2015.
Diving into Lisa’s work again and joining the group will be an honour. I look forward to bringing my practice and voice into this multi layered, multi dimensional research. Some of my current questions:
> How can dance continue to allow us to enter a sense of other in a shared space?
> Can dance continue to transport us further into our own bodies and help us shape understanding?
> In which ways can dance continue to open debate, challenge and stimulate our thinking bodies moving us into the 21st century?
> Why is presenting diversity, queerness and cultural difference essential right now?