To be tender is to be gentle, kind, careful; but it is also to be vulnerable, sensitive to pain, easy to chew. And yet tenderness requires trust and intimacy, it requires another; always occurring between two or more bodies. Tender moments tend to escape the gaze of a wider audience, transpiring in covert exchanges, and seldom experienced alone, yet rarely public. Tenderness is the impossibility of resisting connection, the impossibility of being singular. To be tender is to open oneself up, to be porous.
PLAYFULLY ACCEPTING CHALLENGES
Fragments of Last act TENTERFEET
LIVING IN COMMUNITY
THE WORK IS NEVER DONE
BUT IS IT WORK OR EVERYDAY LIFE?
WHO CARES< CLEAN AND ORGANISE YOURSELF!!
Fiction writing workshop 2018
ARTIST AS FACILITATOR
Fiction Writing workshop in collaboration with the Autonomous Fabric
A TOOL FOR SELF-EXPRESSION