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  • This work explores the poetic and precarious encounters between body and earth.

  • It entangles the self with roots, rust, soil, seeds, sticks and the physical disintegration and decomposition of materiality over time.

  • The body and corresponding movements are shaped and scored by the environment.

  • This process seeks to blur the line between forms and unravel the tensions, dichotomies, and transitory nature of terrestrial relationships.

  • It is a laborious, cyclical on-the-point-of-collapse-sculpture and performance.

  • It shape-shifts and drifts between maintenance and disassemblage.

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