Mission + Vision
A multi-hyphenated performance expert with a predilection for raw, socially progressive Art with
I didn’t go to the moon. I went much further, for time is the longest distance between two places.
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Growing up as an immigrant and as the child of immigrants, my life has been a tightrope between two deep rooted feelings: longing for belonging to a place and opening my mind for greater fluidity and acceptance.
As a kid I feared that my pain and heartbreak, especially around being alienated, were unprecedented in the history of the world, but when I moved to New York I learned that the things that tormented me most were the very things that connected me with all the people who were alive, who were loud and who were untamable.
In New York I found a vibrant international multilingual multicultural community telling the story of an excited youth which I was a part of. These people are my people, and together we are in the history-making business.
With my friends I share a similar bipolar attitude towards life: on one hand, being a millennial, the profound discomfort of being the children of a socio-economic landscape that doesn’t work for our generation, having testified at a young age the disruptive revolution of the Internet which has put in question a certain corporative way of living whose values we have inherited from our parents; on the other hand, the joyous excitement and ecstatic freedom of forging a new way of living and making business and art, coming from a place of greater inclusiveness and deeper collaboration, acknowledging and honoring our diversities and celebrating a wider range of identities, ultimately disrupting the status quo.
In my life, all of the above comes forward through storytelling, and in particular with live storytelling: fostering narratives of greater freedom and widening the concept of “home”, while meeting face to face with audiences and creating an experience of deeper presence, in contrast with feelings of alienation and isolation caused by the mindless use of virtual presence.
Being a hyphenated artist, I’m deeply interested in non-categorical hybrids, allowing myself and others to embrace all the permutations of ourselves in the hope that our multiplicity will forge a stronger concept around global citizenship, building a web of local communities in an international setting.