My work as a performance artist is motivated by a desire to form new associations with people and spaces. Site specific and group-generated material combine to create a vision which is both personal and critical of contemporary performance mores. The act of examining the concept of performance stimulates the majority of my work as a solo artist, a collaborative artist and a socially engaged artist. My training in dance and movement guides my approach, stemming from the stage but moving towards the gallery, the street, the other. My understanding of performance is informed by my appreciation of space; interior and exterior, public and private, material and conceptual. I am drawn to make work for ‘lived-in’ spaces, teasing out their meaning and, by extension, opening up a dialogue between human and architectural factors.