Practicing Relationality is the overarching name for a research project I have been tending since 2014. Emerging from my interest in philosophical ideas proposing that the world is not made up of a sum of parts but of interdependent processes of relation, it maps my explorations of what such ideas mean and look like in practice.
My background is in experimental art and I am interested in the imaginative and material possibilities provided by interdisciplinary research and practice. I develop, study and experiment with practices that explore how different approaches to knowing, perceiving and thinking open up different forms of relationship. I received a Master of Art Praxis from the Dutch Art Institute in 2017. Since 2016 I have been undertaking a vocational training in Process-oriented Psychology or ‘Processwork’, an experimental therapeutic field and facilitation practice informed by a somatic and dialogical approach that links the personal and political, spirituality and social activism.