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Audio Work

Since creating LONDON/LONDRA in 2021, I have been interested in developing audio work. This format matches my interest in formal experimentation and allows me to play with immersive and interactive forms of storytelling.

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February 2022

Mr & Mrs Akeley's Cabinet of Curiosities
At Your Peril Podcast/VAULT

Writer

Originally intended to be performed and recorded live as part of VAULT Festival 2022, this piece has now been adapted for an audio only format by Guardian-recommended At Your Peril podcast. Mr & Mrs Akeley's Cabinet of Curiosities is a horror, camp story set in the Victorian era. It explores what objects mean to us, and the dark consequences of using the language of ownership and conquer to talk about love.

January 2022

Young Vic Podcast
Creative Response to 
James Graham's Best of Enemies

Writer, Designer, Performer

Commissioned by the Young Vic, my piece creatively responds to James Graham's Best of Enemies by exploring how spectacle affects political debates and truth, specifically looking at the role of podcasts.

AVAILABLE SOON

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Peltz Gallery, September 2021

Bloomsbury Festival, October 2022

LONDON / LONDRA

Writer, Designer, Performer

Following the steps of controversial Italian activist Mario Mieli, I embark on a digital and site-specific journey to 1970s LGBTQ+ London. Reflecting on Mieli’s heritage and my own queer migration, I unearth the hidden sites of a history that is both personal and political, exploring notions of queerness and belonging.

Exploring the connection between space and memory, LONDON / LONDRA is an online project that can be accessed both remotely and in an immersive way through geo localisation technologies.

WINNER OF THE LYNNE SEGAL PRIZE 2022

BiGS: BIRKBECK GENDER AND SEXUALITY

 

A "compelling", "exciting", "accessible" and "radical attempt at empathy"

– Poltern Magazine

 

LISTEN TO MY INTERVIEW WITH BLOOMSBURY RADIO:

 

 

"With the wealth of information I had acquired through archival research and interviews with living GLF activists, I wanted to ask: what does a queer city look like? And, through my own experience of moving to post-Brexit Britain, I wanted to raise other questions such as: who is welcome in this city? Who is being excluded?"

– Gabriele Uboldi, from my blog post