“Wake up your body... Wake up your mind. Shake your bits... Wiggle your hips!”
Breakfast Clubbing is a morning dance session to wake up your body and your mind. We provide coffee and juice and everyone who comes is invited to add their favourite songs to the playlist. The session is run on a pay what you can basis so that it remains open and accessible for all. It was run in collaboration with Agnes Hodges and Tiki Muir at arts and community spaces in Edinburgh.
I ran Breakfast Clubbing in London for the first time as part of The Anti Art Fair, Peckham Springs in October 2018.
Clothes and Choreography
An interdisciplinary research project at KHiO (Oslo National Academy for the Arts)
Collaboration with Hakon Vadstein and Bente Westgaard
Prague Quadrennial 2015
UK Student exhibit at The Prague Quadrennial 2015
Role - Curatorial team member
As part of the curatorial team I was a part of the design, set up, hosting and strike of the exhibit based on the theme ‘Music, Weather, Politics’
Exploring the theme of borders, we invited visitors to the exhibit to fill out a ‘landing card’ on entry and leave us a small object that they had on their person. We sat in the space and heard people’s stories of the objects they left with us.
Scottish Storytelling centre
November 2014, Edinburgh
Role - Director, Coordinator, Performer
As part of the degree at Edinburgh College of Art we did a project in which we wrote and illustrated children’s stories based on the theme ‘Aliens’. We then selected one of the characters from our stories to fully realise in costume form. Not wanting these stories and costumes to go to waste myself and a group of peers created a devised performance, weaving together four of the stories and featuring the costumes we had created. The performance was followed by a craft activity for the children that attended in which they could make their own rocket ship or alien mask to take home.