I’m an interdisciplinary artist who makes dance, performance art, installations, and video. My work takes interest in geopolitics, social justice, queer glam, embodied risk-taking, and healing. I often draw directly from my mixed-race Southeast Asian, queer, and transgender experience. For more information, see my artist statement and check out my artist CV.

Press & Publications

Reviewed in New York Times critic Brian Seibert’s piece “Taking a Dance Vacation at Rockaway
Previewed in Hyperallergic writer Jillian Steinhauer’s “A Dance About Decolonizing the Body at EFA Project Space
Mentioned in “To curate is to care,” Flash Art interview with Taraneh Fazeli by Zuzana Štefková
Contributor to Dancer-Citizen Issue 4: The Global Self | The Self as Practice
Interviewed in Talking Circles by Chloe Chotrani
Interviewed in Queering Contemporary Asian American Art by Laura Kina and Jan Christian Bernabe
Contributor to MXRS Commons: Constructing Identity Through Embodied Re-membrance and De-colonization
Where is Here? Gray Spaces at The Wild Project” by Sondra Fink, psycho-girl.com
Before Colonization: Zavé’s Brother Lovers” by Aurin Squire, helixqpn.org
Introducing the Multi-Media Artist Zavé Martohardjono” by Annie Malamet, posturemag.com
When Your Politics is Greek Tragedy: Genderqueer Antigone” by Jillian T. Weiss, Bilerico Project at lgbtqnation.com

upcoming events

Curating a Sunday Service at Knockdown Center | 59-50 54th St., Queens, NY 11378
Sunday, November 4 from 7-9pm | FREE with RSVP 

Join me on November 4th for A Political Relief Party. This is the Knockdown Center’s penultimate installment of its fall Sunday Service season, a free monthly series of live work. As a curator, I’ve invited Megan C. Barton, Salomé Egas, Aviva Jaye, and Benjamin Lundberg Torres Sánchez to create a collectivity-oriented evening including performances, participatory dance, and music. As those of us with the right prepare to vote, the evening asks “who among us gets politically represented? What does voice and the body give us that legislatures cannot? Can we, tonight, form a temporary body that speaks to a collective freedom?”

Dancing at 92Y | 1395 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10128 
Friday, February 8, 2019 at 12pm | $15 tix available

I’m thrilled to present my work in Eva Yaa Asantewaa’s curation Into the Mystic. This is part of 92Y Harkness Dance Center’s Fridays at Noon series. The program features artists who explore spirituality, mysticism and healing through the corporeal art of dance and I’ll be showing alongside iele paloumpis.


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