My interdisciplinary research explores the intersections between performance, education, and memory studies.
I am interested in decolonial thinking and its potential to address: intergenerational knowledge construction and de-construction; autobiographical memories as emergent and imbued in experiential knowledge; problematizing performance-based methodologies.
My current research focuses on past and present materialities affecting the mobilization of desires. I am particularly interested in the flows of desire affecting how we tell stories about the future. My methodical approach is set upon artistic strategies based on improvisation, mobility and storytelling, activating senses and memories while composing individual and collective stories. The aim is to gain insights about flows of desire and its entanglement with time.