Collaborations and Public Events
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November 2nd 2020
Pre-Release Recording of The Inner Activist Podcast
A pilot for the 10-episode podcast show about pleasure, collective health, and wellbeing .
In collaboration with Liz Jaynes
2019 – 2020 TRANSPOSITION
Creative Collaborator and Script Writer
Part of the Script team for the forthcoming animated film about the discovery of ‘Jumping Genes’ and Transposition by the American Phytogeneticist Barbara McClintock.
Funded by Cambridge University and the Wellcome Trust.
JUNE 2019 ART NIGHT
Sound Recording and Original Composition
Responsible for the sound and music/background ritual for Transposition, a multimedia installation by Sophie Seita.
MARCH – AUG 2019 WHITEchapel art gallery
Sound Recording of Personal Story and Involvement in the Women’s Anarchist Nuisance Cafe 1999-2011
Queer Spaces: London, 1980s – today
DECEMBER 2018 Metropolitan university
Co-creation, mutual indwelling, music, food and art for enriching our communities; talk and presentation on the history of WANC cafe and the subcultural rave scene it was born from.
NOVEMBER 2018 Murray edwards college
Creative Consultant, Musician, Composer, Performer and Ritualist.
Creative development, conception and realisation of performance ritual – Transposition. A public engagement event to celebrate the genetic discoveries of Barbara McClintock. Curated by Lucy Van de Wiel and overseen by Sarah Franklin. Music composition and live performance with Abledon.
Coming Early 2021
The Inner Activist
A podcast by Pleasure is Medicine
This podcast joins up the dots between health, wellness, social justice, equity, environmental issues, unseen biases, economics, and the unseen subtle energetics of the body. How to counter capitalism, prejudice and iniquity, how to activate creativity for healing. Join me in the quest for radical compassion. Explore how pleasure can be an organising principle and antidote to capitalism,
and why accessing the most powerful resource that humans have – compassion – is an evolutionary imperative.
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