Dumfries & Galloway
Community arts, Community engagement, Participatory arts, Performance / Drama, Socially engaged arts
I am a creative practitioner, interested in what it means to be human and a true professional in over-sharing!
As a recent graduate of The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, with a First Class Honours degree in Contemporary Performance Practice, Jordan trusts that art and performance are tools to provoke conversation and social change. Jordan believes there is art in everyday life; therefore, we are all artists and the activities of life are collective performances. To make art, she believes we must at first listen. Her practice, both wilfully interdisciplinary and entirely undisciplined, stems from both an interest in care and a performance art background. It recruits from listening, having conversations, moving, searching, performing and collaborating with both humans and inanimate objects.