Rhythmic Cracks

São Paulo MITsp residency and workshop with Lowri Evans

British Council and Creative Scotland funded residency in São Paulo, Brazil, exploring Henri Lefebvre's Rhythmanalysis and the gender data gap identified by Caroline Criado Perez using performance and wearable sculpture. 

Collaborators: Alicia Esteves, Anelena Toku, Carla Boregas, Ariane Aparecida

Video credit: Alicia Esteves, Anelena Toku

Multi-Sensory Environments

Participatory performance Collaboration with Ioana Popescu

Immersive experience exploring the theme of Othering - the venue was filled with smoke and the floor covered with sand to disrupt sensory hierarchies. Participants were led through exercises that led to an othering of the self, before being encouraged to 'find a point of connection' with each other.

Not Your Fucking Inspiration 

Scratch performance

Words by Ink Asher Hemp

Scratch performance developed from discussions surrounding perceptions of disability.

Photo credit: The Bold Collective

Tomorrow Comes

Wearable Sculpture

Created as an expression of solidarity with the resilient women of Rio de Janeiro, encountered at the feminist festival Women of the World, 2018.

Banners printed with collected quotes read: The Anger Still Runs Deep. Exceed Historical Machismo. It Started And It Was Beautiful. Exchanges Of Experiences. Sharing Territory. Speak Against The Silencing Of Women’s Voices.Tomorrow Comes. 

The Storm Within


Duet exploring the brain and the effects of epilepsy on the body.

Photo credit: Gareth Easton

Brewing Trouble

Wearable Sculpture

Exploring tea and gossip culture. Teapot headpiece cast in Jesmonite with smoke pellets to resemble a steaming pot of tea.

Photo credit: Rachael Fraser

Twisted Fairytales 

Wearable Sculpture

Harvey Nichol's Edinburgh Commission

An embodiment of ‘the deep, dark woods’.

Photo credit: Tiu Makkonen