As an Electronic Music Performer I rely on technology to enhance my physical and expressive capabilities on stage, to create assemblages that allow my performative self to sound and move beyond my limits, as I imagine how electronic music performance could be, how performers could feel.
I create immersive site and time specific experiences where visual, aural, and scenographic artifacts and events connect through interactive design, allowing me to generate and move within a flux of inputs and outputs that couldn’t exist otherwise.
For the last two years, my main research and aesthetic concerns lay somewhere in between my body and the digital instruments that I use. I explore new ways of interaction and control through the incorporation of new materials and gestures; they themselves advance future performances and research questions – I can shape sounds with water or apply a sound effect stretching a piece of fabric.
And mainly, I try to have fun with all this.