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Radical Presence

Radical Presence is the live version of the My Body is Your Body is Everybody is Nobody project. I wholly and fully believe in the power of human touch and connection as a catalyst for change. Physical connection is fundamental to our development and our overall sense of well being. Touch is a language that […]

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Nest

The Nest project started at Sacred & Profane in October 2016. Originally installed at Battery Steele, Peaks Island, ME, the performance consists of sleeping in the nest for the duration of the show. It evokes commentary on the nature of plastic pollution’s effect on birds as well as humanity’s dependence on plastic in the medical […]

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My Body is Your Body is Everybody is Nobody (Solo Project)

Recording physical touch on my own skin. My Body is Your Body is Everybody is Nobody (solo IIII) from Pop Killed Culture on Vimeo. My Body is Your Body is Everybody is Nobody (solo III) from Pop Killed Culture on Vimeo. My Body is Your Body is Everybody is Nobody (solo II) from Pop Killed […]

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My Body is Your Body is Everybody is Nobody

My Body is Your Body is Everybody is Nobody are a series of videos where participants are encouraged to mark the performer with charcoal, thus leaving evidence of the interaction on the performer’s skin for three minutes. Participants may also try to remove evidence of their touch by washing the performer’s face. The performer will […]

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Touch Me/Wash Me

We prep ourselves daily for the outside world and in invariable interaction that follows. Though we cannot usually see them, the evidence of these interactions leaves their marks on us.

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Touch Me/Wash Me

This video serves a the jumping off point for the Touch Me performance series. We prep ourselves daily for the outside world and in invariable interaction that follows. Though we cannot usually see them, the evidence of these interactions leaves their marks on us. Touch Me/Wash Me Clip from Pop Killed Culture on Vimeo.

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The Persistence of Boredom and Entropy

This low-fi video (the last one I recorded on film) captures the feeling of disengagement and the perpetual waiting for something to happen. She walks endlessly, exploring her space in a fog with no direction or impetus to leave, sometimes reveling in the monotony.

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Eggs

“A human being is a part of the whole called by us universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separate from the rest, a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal […]

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Souviens Toi

Translation: Remember. A photograph is a memory captured in light and film. So often a sight, a sound, a smell, can trigger a memory and we are temporarily transported to another place and time though we are still physically there. It’s a moment of paralysis that we just have to wait out until we return […]