My practise is informed by the basis of accelerationist theory and the effects of an increased speed of culture. By reframing the influence of global corporate culture as something interlinked to the body, I wish to explore the effects this has upon our emotional registers. Exploring temporality, the pliability of emotional states, fragility and desire, my work explores the constraints of the body as both a material matter and emotive being. Beginning with language as the central point, my work is expanded outwards through the mediums of moving image, installation, and performative choreography. Combining corporate aesthetics and poetic interjections my work seeks to talk to the networked age of neoliberalism and to imagine a reconceptualised fluid body.