Dylan Spencer-Davidson

Dylan Spencer-Davidson’s practice spans performance, workshops, video, music and writing and orbits around questions of how to be together. Challenging normative, violent forms of relation, his works hold space for collective emotional processing. They propose alternative forms of neuroqueer communication and collaboration that are rooted in listening, consent, embodiment, difference, and vulnerability. Recently he has been working on an ongoing research project on intimacy and the conditions of performance-making with Joy Mariama Smith. He is currently co-editing Vol. 2 of Honey, a zine on friendship with Mars Dietz and Opashona Ghosh—coming out later this year. He has collaborated and performed with Joan Jonas, Allora & Calzadilla, Jeremy Shaw, Justin Kennedy & Emma Howes, Nile Koetting, Jeremy Nedd, Frieda Toranzo Jaeger and more. He is a co-founder of Berlin-based translation collective linguistic.services and makes websites for clients in the cultural and non-profit sector.
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