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Artist Statement 

I am most interested in creating linkages between my identity as a Black-queer artist and the creative potential that can offer to me as a performance scholar/practitioner.  

As an artist-activist, I am compelled to imbue my passion as a performer into a critically charged space where  ideas come into conversation with questions concerning identity politics and cultural transformation.

As a budding scholar, I enjoy witnessing the beauty of those ideas emerge from and through the dancing body.  

As a dancer, I love to engage the body through corporeal practices of embodiment- both viscerally and intellectually. 

My movement research reflects deeply on contemporary notions of identity, as it relates to our cultural climate on race, gender, sexuality and ability. 

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