My work investigates the individual within the context of society through performative action. I choose isolated movements, in simplified and repetitive patterns, and activate multiple methods of perception, in real time. The relationship between performer and audience blurs as I ask the viewer to explore the boundaries of their own vulnerabilities through engagement with these movements. I rely on the presumption that as humans, we have common shared experiences. I fixate on these moments of shared reality in order to further explore the effects of being human.