A solo dance/sound/visual improvisation, an ongoing work in research of uses of space; How are we using space? How is space using us?

Balance, La Manutention, Palias De Tokyo, Paris. 2018. image Ayka Lux

Balance is Rowdy SS initiating happenings, performances and installations as interjections to tour, entangle and/or simplify how we are using and have used spaces, the ‘things’ that do and do not exist in said spaces, the other ways, new ways we can use ourselves, technology and our physicality to communicate, in and outside of these/those spaces.

“The intention behind these happenings; use expected and unexpected spaces for sharing, exploring and furthering conversations that give life to new and old concepts, processes, traditions and techniques. Doing more with the constant dualities, healing, destruction, connections/disconnection, the ways of ‘being’ in and during the performance and allowing for the unearthing of the somewhat conditioned approaches to sharing/expressing ourselves to each other and with one another…”


VFD London, Palais De Tokyo (2018), 180 The Strand, Block Universe Performance Art Festival (with Rebecca Bellantoni) (2018), CRXSS Platform Festival (2018), The Southbank Centre (2018), Double Solo Mirror Practice at Kottinspektionen Dans, Sweden (2019), Somerset House, London (2019), Glastonbury Music Festival, UK (2019), Today Is Our Tomorrow Kaiku, Helsinki (2019), V&A Friday Lates, London (2019), ICA, London (2020), NOW:Later ‘ There’s no place that cannot be called home’ NOW Gallery (2020), We Are The Light (at the end of the tunnel) – Kingsway Tram Tunnel, London (2021), HomeLiveArt presents – Rock-A-Nore, Hastings (2021), Glastonbury Music Festival, UK (2021), DEO Assemblies 2022, Vigla of Pachi Open Air Theatre, Tigani, Sidirounta, Chios, Greece (2022)

The Tender Intervals: Studies in Sound and Motion | ICA, London, UK. 7 Feb 2020. | co-curated by Sarah Shins (New Suns) and ICA Curator Sara Sassanelli. photography: Anne Tetzlaff

Coalition of Care, Publics – Today Is Our Tomorrow, Kieku–Stidilä, Kaikukatu, Helsinki, 12 Sept 2019