I am a performance maker and poet working on Noongar Boodja (Fremantle, WA). My performance practice has been focused on interdisciplinary solo work and I am currently making a new show that is premiering at Arts House, Melbourne when people can gather again. The work is about the liminal space between life and death and involves a dead teenage girl from the Victorian era, David Lynch on the unified field and a toy Red Monkey who listens to death metal and lived in a shoebox as the Devil's servant. It involves miniature holograms and tiny worlds filmed live. I am also working on several Covid conscious projects - an audio work and a poetry project related to people's current lived experience.
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