site work

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An intervention in York

As one of the 6 artists selected and hosted by SLAP, I will be taking ‘Shift, spin, warp, twine’ to York on 28th November, 2014. Presented in a slightly different context to its previous incarnations in London and Chester, the solo will be reworked as an intervention into the public spaces of York for this event. How … Continue reading


I am excited to announce that the performances for my most recent project, here: ravelled/unravelled, are scheduled for the 1st and 2nd February, at 6:30pm and 8pm (both days). This site-specific work will be taking place at 38 Elcho Street, SW11 4AU, home to Dark Matter Studio, and explores opening up the often tightly woven fabric of a place’s … Continue reading

Site adaptive v. site-specific

Working on Walking Paths has given me an opportunity to reflect on something that has been niggling at the corners of my brain for a while: the case of site-specific v. site-adaptive work. My work to date has been site-specific, that is, created for a specific site. For me, that has meant doing research into … Continue reading