The core of the artist’s purpose and work is to merge insight and physicality in improvisation. Through movement, gesture and objects, the artist strives to embody time and space. The driving force of her practice is the artist’s interest in her body-mind connection to space, other living beings and objects.
The artist uses her body as a living sculpture which she often extends with costume or installation.
Intermedia BA (Hons), Edinburgh College of Art
Contemporary Art Practice HND, Edinburgh College
Art collective - in_my_presence (IMP) 2017- present
June 2019: Global Water Dance; Performance at Cramond Beach, Edinburgh
February May 2019: art residency at Granton Castle Walled Garden, Edinburgh. Final outcome; performative installation-'The roots of our bodies are in the mother earth'
December 2018: performative installation-'The carol for Aamir and Abha' at Edinburgh Settlement Project, Edinburgh
September 2018: performance-'Earth healing' at Granton Castle Walled Garden, Edinburgh
August 2018: performative installation-'Whispers of the house' at Dunbar Street Art Trial, Dunbar, Scotland
July 2018: performance-' The stranger"- at the 8th International Festival of Ephemeral Art Contexts, Sokolowsko, Poland
June 2018: performance- 'What if' during a collaborative event
(IMP) at Edinburgh Settlement Project
June 2018: participatory performance- 'Nettle tea ceremony'; collective work (IMP) at Granton Castle Walled Garden, Edinburgh
June 2018: life installation- 'What if II' collective work by IMP at Dunbars Close Garden, Edinburgh
May 2018: performance, collective work by IMP at Edinburgh Street Art Festival
March 2018: performative installation-'My dress is dancing', collaborative work at Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh
October 2017: performative installation- 'See Cry' at Launch of the Center for Creative- Relational Inquiry, Edinburgh Collage of Art
September 2017: performative installation-' Crossing and Intervals', collaborative event (IMP) at Granton Castle Walled Garden, Edinburgh
August 2017: public intervention by IMP at Calton Hill, Edinburgh
November 2016: Performative installation 'Antifuctarians' at St Margaret's Art Complex, Edinburgh
February 2015: performance 'Insomnia' in the form of moving images, as a video-clip for 'Homing' by The Filthy Tongues and Paul Hullah
October 2015: street performative installation- 'Lullaby', Edinburgh