I work in the fields of choreography, video, installation, astronomy, cosmology and ecology. My work looks at the human body, environment, the earth, the universe, quantum physics and asks what is the choreography and dance that happens between them. What can the body learn from the land and night sky, how the relationship of human to universe influences the way the earth is treated, and what are the consequences of this. Fascinated by space travel, my work admires the beauty of planet Earth. Interested in looking at Earth from a distance, how this perspective changes the way life on our planet is approached. The work wishes to challenge the ways human physical existence is viewed.
In my practice I am interested in the idea of creating sustainable art. Art that is conscious of ecological situation of the Earth and takes the responsibility of the costs of creation. I strongly returned to working with body, movement and choreography. I find it very important to make honest work that will give space to the wisdom of the body and movement.
My practice focuses on welcoming the movement, so it can speak though my body. Purposely I practiced shifting the control over my body from the brain to the movement. And by the movement I mean the idea of divine movement that is a manifestation of life ( or life being the manifestation of it), movement being the manifestation of matter meeting the antimatter.
To keep my brain fed, I wondered a lot about the concepts of ecological art, of art as an activism, choreography as an art for for creating contemporary social ceremonies to help individuals deal, go though, and finds told for creating solutions for the multi- crisis situation we are all facing this days on Earth.
I want my work to grow stronger in those ideas, look for solutions, share, gather, make and dance.
I received in 2016 a Master of Art and Science from Central Saint Martins, University of The Arts in London, and in 2009 a BA in Contemporary Dance from CODARTS, University of the Arts in Rotterdam.