I work to recontextualize dance and grant it new possibilities for communication, and to question the limitations inherent in time-based performance. A relocation of dance from the theatrical stage to zones of different institutions gives rise to a rich and complex territory for discourse that requires the understanding of historical and contemporary positions of dance and art simultaneously. I begin each project with a specific conceptual framework out of which the work unfolds. Historical inquiry is often a part of my work, whether it is regarding the specific site of performance or a current investigation of my own. In the past, I have collaborated on projects with visual artists and these pairings of expertise have uncovered parallels between interests and influence, exposing interconnectedness between artistic practices of all categories. At the same time, I have continued to create solo works that result in my own distinct findings.