With a rich, cross-disciplinary practice spanning two decades, my work incorporates the arts, play-oriented studies, and peer-to-peer learning through both my individual artistic praxis, and facilitation work at Playology Lab (watch this space).

In 2013 I won the inaugural Standard Bank Young Artist award for performance art in South Africa (see here). In 2015 I was part of the JOBURG MASSIVE collective and one of the performance artists selected as part of the Johannesburg Pavilion for the Venice Biennale. In 2017 I was one of three of the selected performance artists from Africa to participate in the ‘History Will Be Kind To Me for I Will Perform It’travelling residency project in Norway, Finland and Sweden.
With a PhD in Power, Play and Decoloniality, my research interests reflect a commitment to anti-racist and decolonial epistemological and cultural praxis.

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