What is the line between performance, and artist? How can we critique performance
without inherently calling into question the person who made it? How as viewers do we assess critique bodies and aesthetic? Performance is an experience, and its creators human, grappling with difficult personal emotions and questions.
Everyday I Get Dressed seeks to create an intimate reminder of the personal nature of performance that balances the need to please with the desire to communicate, while exploring the performers’ consent to exposure and evaluation.