The poem, the song, the picture, is only water drawn from the well of the people, and it should be given back to them in a cup of beauty so that they may drink - and in drinking understand themselves.

- Frederico Garcia Lorca

My work explores how personal acts are political. My black body is the vessel through which memories, histories and hegemonic rhetoric/s can be questioned, investigated and dismantled. The goal is for those who encounter the art to discover new thoughts, ideas or actions and see our world fully in its complexity .

Through blending media, music, movement and dialogue, I strive to make expressionistic, participatory artworks that tap at an audience's emotions first, before the intellect takes hold.


Bathtub is a multimedia performance installation event of radical intimacy and surrender by inviting an audience to experience a bath with a Black woman.

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Iona Flies Away

IONA FLIES AWAY is a choreo-poem/ installation play.  It tells the coming-of-age story of a young girl growing up in her nuclear family in New York City in the ‘80’s.

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Memory Is a Body of Water

MEMORY IS A BODY OF WATER is a dance-theater play for two women and a dancer.

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Aqua Tierra: Ground Water

GROUNDWATER: A LISTENING PROJECT was a series of workshops and collaborative performances created with the objective of instigating a dialogue about the histories of Panama and the United States and the roles of artists in investigating and disseminating themes of memory, history, and politics.

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