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In my interdisciplinary practice I employ a range of media such as drawing, painting, 3D-printing, sound, text, and video, to create installations and performances in dialogue with the historical and spatial features of places where they come into being.
I create narratives of otherness that intersect identity, history, myth, nature, and place. I have an interest in the politics of memory and how certain stories get to be told and remembered whilst others are suppressed and forgotten. I am particularly interested in exploring the different dimensions of queerness and deconstructing prevailing heteronormative and binary interpretations of gender.
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