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My work begins when I discover an intriguing ready-made object. I then combine it with human characteristics and forged metal objects to create a bio-mechanical narrative. 
I cannot escape the mechanical aspect of the body. Through dance the mechanics of motions become visual metaphors of the human experience. In my work I express the relationshipof soul and machine working as one.
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