We perform to place our bodyminds in and in-front of the public. Because our bodymind experiences are usually only visible within the private, we believe that bringing them into view will create an empathetic exchange between ourselves and viewers. As such, our artwork centers on exposing our bodies in public spaces to make the invisible visible. Unlike representative art forms such as painting or sculpture, we do not replicate experience, but instead present it as it occurs so that viewers may palpably witness our physical and mental (dis)abilities.

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