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September 14, 2018

I am very chuffed to have been asked for an interview with Alessandra Cianetti from the Live Art Development Agency.

Alessandra attended one of my embodied movement for social change workshops this year and we begun a conversation about trauma, embodiment and how this r...

September 14, 2018

I'm over the moon to see that The SanQtuary has been featured in a Vice piece about radical spaces at music festivals! There is a little interview in there from yours truly:

“I’ve often noticed I’m one of the only black women, let alone black queer people, present. I di...

August 9, 2018

Over the summer I was asked to contribute an editorial piece for The Name of the Author, a publication released by Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam, to showcase and highlight the work of the 2018 graduates. 

I chose to write about the work of Nagare Willemsen a...

March 22, 2018

I am so grateful to have received funding from Jerwood Charitable Foundation. The money is enabling me to study at Ecole des Sables with the aim to develop embodiment workshops that fuse dance and social justice.

“Movement artist Camille Barton will spend two weeks at E...

November 2, 2017

In the run up to the Museum of Drug policy, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Release, Imani Robinson and I wrote this piece about Drug Policy in the UK.

Read it here:

https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/ne33yw/drug-policy-and-the-fight-for-black-lives

October 12, 2016

Following the BLM protest in Bristol, I was asked to write a piece for The Bristol Cable about the relevance of BLM in the UK context.

Read it here:

https://thebristolcable.org/2016/10/blm/

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