Transdisciplinary Practice

As a transdisciplinary artist, I move through multiple forms to document and perform my life and work as a conscientious objector to whiteness as a white person in a white-supremacist state/society/globality. Rooted in techniques of free improvisation, free jazz, and free composition, my creative process also draws on theories of embodied cognition; archival reading; Black feminist and Indigenous refusal; psychodynamics and talk therapy; anarchy, madness, and heresy; ability and disability; violence, abuse, and healing; hypervigilance and harm reduction; visuality, sound, and surveillance; Method acting; music; and directing.

My main project for now is a durational “television” series, Demaster Class/Method to My Madness, documenting my ongoing divestment from whiteness (as Saidiya Hartman has called for) and thus my dissociation from normative politics, political economy, and social relations.

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Demonstration set 1 (“photography”)

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Demonstration set 2 (“video”)

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Demonstration set 3 (“performance”)

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Demonstration set 4 (“film”)

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Demonstration set 5 (“sacred music”)