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I have spent the last 3 years  working with several groups of dancers, choreographers and actors on a research project to  archive the  gestures, movements and rhythms  of worship to understand their impact on our everyday lives. I think of myself as an activist archivist. I am designing an archive to polemically rearrange the standard perception of the world outside.  This project has provided the basis for several performances and exhibitions here and in Asia.

As a movement artist, I wanted to know how our movements are limited by centuries of worship. Building an archive was a place for me start. The reenactments, transformations, analysis and commentary that emanated from this exercise were what motivated it. 

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