Congratulations on winning Zealous Stories: Performance. You define your work as Performative Drawing. Could you tell us what this terminology means to you and your practice?
Thank you! Yes, I define my practice as Performative Drawing because I explore drawing as a consequence or a residue of performance. My drawing practice is very much process-oriented. I focus on the physicality, movement and gestures of my body (or the bodies of others) during the act of drawing, rather than on the image being produced. In a way, my drawings work as documentation of my performances, since they don’t represent anything but the indexical trace of the performance that produces them.