Radiodress uses live and recorded talking, singing, yelling, and listening to consider bodies as sites of knowledge, and communication as a mystical and political practice. Through guided participation, ritual, and play in public space, Radiodress proposes a vulnerable relationship between the echoes of colonial violence and potential acts of empathic listening.
Her projects have been performed widely in North America, Europe, South Asia, and the Middle East. Her ongoing ritual bath project, MKV, was exhibited as part of CIA#3 in January, 2016, at the Art Gallery of York University. This past June, Radiodress presented her embodied sonic research as part of the Hearings project, curated by Maiko Tanaka at the Todmorden Mills heritage site in Toronto.
She is currently pursuing ongoing relational work through spiritual care with people who are incarcerated.