With my company, I create sensorial performances with minimal and radical choices in sound, movement and space.
Central in my work is to create different experiences of time and space: sharing the stage with different disciplines. All performers share equal challenges that consist of decentralizing the traditional point of focus: the human. This raises questions about how we share time and space and have meaningful relations. Non-agency, involving the dynamics of other life forms, things and people, means working with instant composition. In the current social context this needs to be re-investigated. Emancipation, environmental and social factors urge us to relook at our position in relation to others and our context whether that is on or offline.
Live music as a communicator is very important in my work.
Music and dance are both alive; they have a live dialogue and spatiality.