Radage's work springs from a well of queer(ed) sensativity at the occupied intersection of the Female Body.


Manifesting through visual languages of performance, photography and digital collage;
Radage works to unpack histories of colonization pertaining to the gendered body &
geography – seeking alternatives to a reflexsive politics of occupation.

 

In a rejection of repro-sexuality as a mode of late capitalism; Radage explodes fertility
narratives placed on the female body in an attempt to interrupt constructed requirements of (re)production - opting instead for shared practices of re-fashioning and exchange.

 

At its limits, Radages practice reaches beyond the body and its political histories to a
spiritualism that explores our collective human-animal position within a universe which has no prescribed purpose other than the sentience of being.