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My practice focuses on poetry and performance art, creating visual poems, digital prints, and live experiences that explore the future as an index of simultaneous mutations. I am particularly interested in exploring the ways and possibilities, existing or imaginative, where technological advances, the environment and human rights create (or restrict) a balance of co-existence. This exploration is a continuous work in progress and I refer to it as ‘neo-futurism’. The element of space is key in my research and I explore its relationship with the body and performance art, poetic language, technology, sound, and scent.
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