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My identity as an artist is rooted in a connection to the sacred unfolding of the natural world, cultivated during my childhood in Maine.  As a dancing female artist, I am driven by the creative power of female bodies (biological/natural and aesthetically constructed). My work explores tensions between the realities and possibilities of the material, laboring body, and cultural imagination: I dance alternative myths of 'the feminine' and the 'natural'. My quest: to research modes of moving, and techniques of performing the dancing female, as a mode of personal, and social, survival and beingness.