I practice collaboration as a radical act. I not only seek out and engage in a wide range of collaborations between and among individuals, across disciplines, involving multiple artistic forms and genres, but I do so in order to 1) create social change, and 2) explore the theoretical limits and possibilities of collaboration as both a creative practice and research methodology. Collaboration as a radical act both intends and anticipates that the work created, often through the process itself, yields a ‘more than’–something more complicated, more inventive, more imaginative, more recuperative, more effective–than could ever be achieved by the effort and insight of one alone.

While it’s often difficult for me to neatly separate into categories the work I do as a radical collaborator, in an effort to reduce repetition and create an easily navigable online portfolio, I have identified four areas in which my collaborative work constellates: