I'm pretty when I cry. I'm ugly when I cum. I'm free when I die. This is a Greek tragedy.

Interactive dance pole

Fascinated by Euripides' Iphigenia in Aulis, about the sacrifice of a girl's body in a man's struggle, she explores the gray area between violence and eroticism. With Iphigenia as her heroic alter ego, she claims a place for her dark inner world, in a sweaty duet between her body and a meter high pole. She sharpens the relationship between her body and the pole: together with sound artist Mári Mákó she built her own interactive dance pole, which she plays with her body like a musical instrument. The hard, immobile, shiny piece of steel is given a voice of its own and is not a passive object in a feminist female fantasy.