Dominique’s approach is that of a stealthy rhythm-analyst as she explores time and measure from multiple structural scales. Thinking through an oceanic logic she develops embodied practices for swimming through the rigid frameworks of linearity and borrows from Buddhist psychotechnologies for (re)awakening the sensorium to an expanded experience of the absolute present: here bodies and things intermingle in a porous encounter of more-than-human eroticism. Her practice moves across installation, film, performance, sound and drawing, creating outcomes in the studio and outside that seek to interrupt the ‘taken for granted’ in daily life and propose alternate dynamics.
Recent exhibitions: lecture-performance at Tai Kwun Centre in Hong Kong for the ASAP Annual Symposium (2019); screening at Tate Exchange (2019); artist-in-residence at Cloud DansLab,The Hague in 2018. She is currently a PhD candidate in Art at Goldsmiths University of London.