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I am a dance maker / writer currently curious about things relating to femininity, ambition, failure, grappling, queerness, tradition, "male gaze," and desire... 

Much of my research is autoethnographic- I am trying to situate my experiences (particularly ballet training and queer girlhood) within the broader contexts of "society" "the dance field" "art making" etc. asking (broadly)

"what do my experiences say about the larger situation?"

Here are some questions currently informing my work:

★ How does girlhood affect the way people who experience it experience their physicality?
★ How do we move through things that are hard without trying to "edit" them as they are happening? /how do we let/encourage things be ugly/messy/bad?
★ How do people who experience girlhood experience ambition/failure/grappling?
★ How c
an risk, weight, and momentum disrupt the architecture of ballet’s prescribed gender expression?
★ And what does this gender prescription say about the expectations around feminine physicality at large?
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