My interests connect with the exploration of ideas of home/place/space in which the performance takes place, as well as the possible and improbable relationships between objects, body and memory.
The small yet cozy, somewhat old and a bit dusty washroom is an open and porous space and a vestige of intimacies and family relationships that once were. The use of materials such as plants, dirt, sink, doors, cubby holes in the walls become opportunities to speak closely to notions of home and the relationships that exists within it.
This intervention was created and performed as part of Re-Re Make an Immersive Performance Lab at the School of Making and Thinking, East Branch, New York, June-July 2015
20 mins. performance