Low Lives 3 featured more than fifty live performance-based works over two days, each transmitted over the web and projected in real time at venues across the globe (thirty-four presenting partners in the United States, Mexico, Spain, Japan, Germany, India, Tanzania, Trinidad and Tobago, and Austria).

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This performance is a metaphor for life and also a tribute to people everywhere whose resilience facing social struggle and natural disaster amaze and inspire me.

Through performance, installation, video, photography and drawing, my current work investigates the hybrid body where the notion of Self is contaminated by various social roles and traversed by multiple and varied intensities of experience. In this context, climbing has become a political gesture, a feminist stance. I choose to climb uncertain structures and thin walls, trying to push back the limits of what is possible for my body to do in space. Intent on overcoming my fear of failing, I inevitably place myself in a situation where climbing and falling go hand in hand. This action has become a metaphor for life, attempting something impossible, falling down, getting back up and trying again and again and again…

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