Performance is one of the most honest acts there exist.
Performance is being available to the embodiment of ideas.
Performance is vulnerable, because its impetus comes from a deep place inside of me.
To perform is to strip down.
I am most myself when I perform.
I cannot separate myself from my body, so I cannot perform anything but myself.
Performance is an ephemeral attempt to act on the world through embodiment.
For me, performance is not the end result of a process, but an extension of it. As a performer, I bring collaboration, research, and full commitment to the forefront. I’m most interested in the flexible and playful spaces that improvisation allows, as well as an active welcoming of the audience into my own experience. Currently, I am involved in a few projects and club performances in Berlin and the US.