I’m exploring space exploration as a function of the intersection between science and humanity, particularly through an investigation of how human culture undergoes an evolution during astronauts’ journeys in space. Check out my TEDx talk on the subject  here !  Image via TEDxProvidence.
       
     
 Dance is a critical venue through which we can explore the development of space culture - the lack of gravity fundamentally transforms how the body moves! I’ve spoken about this to  DanceLab ,  The Limit Does Not Exist , and explore it in my own choreographic work.  Image via Brown University.
       
     
       
     
       
     
 I’m exploring space exploration as a function of the intersection between science and humanity, particularly through an investigation of how human culture undergoes an evolution during astronauts’ journeys in space. Check out my TEDx talk on the subject  here !  Image via TEDxProvidence.
       
     

I’m exploring space exploration as a function of the intersection between science and humanity, particularly through an investigation of how human culture undergoes an evolution during astronauts’ journeys in space. Check out my TEDx talk on the subject here! Image via TEDxProvidence.

 Dance is a critical venue through which we can explore the development of space culture - the lack of gravity fundamentally transforms how the body moves! I’ve spoken about this to  DanceLab ,  The Limit Does Not Exist , and explore it in my own choreographic work.  Image via Brown University.
       
     

Dance is a critical venue through which we can explore the development of space culture - the lack of gravity fundamentally transforms how the body moves! I’ve spoken about this to DanceLab, The Limit Does Not Exist, and explore it in my own choreographic work. Image via Brown University.

       
     
The Lone and Level Sands (2018)

My most recent group work examines the relationship between “true power” and “attributed power” in the perpetuation of unhealthy power dynamics. How do we cede power?

       
     
I Tried to Build a Home Out of You (2016)

How is one person taking another’s weight? How do we treat the people we try to make our homes? This duet explores an uneven relationship, as recorded in mirroring of motion, assumption of physical support, and the eventual choice to change.