I am passionate about creative, collaborative, and critical research. I work with communities, other researchers, and artists to engage with creative and collaborative methodologies and produce community-focused and accessible outputs.
Find out more about my performance not related to my research here.
In 2017 I worked with Cloncurry Shire Council to conduct oral history interviews, which I then produce for a geo-located audio app which was activated by particular sites as the user moved through the town.
In doing so, I explored storied and affective geography as embodied movement and sought to chart interaction with absent buildings.
This has since been turned into a web-based resource.
This live-streamed butoh performance, presented at ‘Pollinator’ in 2020 (curated by Saara Rapolla) expressed themes of ecological devastation in settler-colonial Australia.
This improvised performance was in response to sound from Boom Boom Bean Selecta and cyberBanshee and visuals by Clunkk. Image by Megan Keene 2020.
Haunting, rubble, excess.
This performance art piece, presented at 4ZZZ Radio Rusted Satellites: Other Frequencies 3 (2021) in collaboration with cyberBanshee, engaged with questions of how individuals and groups narratively embark on the intersubjective task of contemporary worlding in places that are haunted by violent pasts and uncertain futures, where the ruins of of modernist ideals pile up, and where the conditions of life exceed dominant modes of representation.