My work traverses the planes of performance, choreography, dance, video, and text-based materials, and is often tethered to a very specific set of concepts and research methods. A primary focus is on artistic space and its political, affective, historical, and material dimensions. From the studio to the factory to the residency to the home, my more recent projects have been centered on questions about gender politics in relation to dance’s domestic habitats – architectural, institutional, disciplinary, and its systems of relation and reception. An essentially mobile and fleeting form, I wonder about dance’s resistance to capture or staying in place as it relates to its (domestic) trappings and (disciplinary) home. For me, dance is inherently promiscuous.