"My works lean toward the uncanny, locating togetherness amidst (un)familiar and impossible contradictions. Via mixed materials, bodily presence, movement research, sound and text, I methodologically pass ideas and concepts through various architectures of recognition in hopes of finding expansive knowledge and experiences. I value meaning as it emerges between things, toward an unwinding or a possible collapse. Desire and sexuality linger as reoccurring points of departure without harnessing a singular aesthetic or representational device. During this lecture I will use performative texts to trace progressions of erotics, humour, reference and meaning-making in my performance works."