My personal practice draws on my background in theatre, my interest in social and material history, particularly the histories of marginalised lives, staging playful dialogues with queer communities and bodies of the past, present and future. Using the queer performing body as a tool and method for cross-historical enquiry, I engage vocabularies of theatre and drag in intimate interactions with materials, costumes, objects, and other bodies, tracking queer and trans embodiments in the negative spaces of the historical archive. I create transient, ephemeral works which flicker between durational performance and kinetic sculpture, drag act and ritual, blurring the line between artefact and event.