A cross-disciplinary practitioner, Leona approaches writing as event/performance.
Language is a major, but never the only, component of text as Word merges into Sound into Noise into Space - WordsSoundsSpaces. Using sound (including her own audio recordings) and spatiality as well as text, she considers physicality, location and context as central in inter-relationships between writer/word/world.
Influenced by ideas from theatre, performance, and music, as well as literature, philosophy and art, she seeks to question definitions, highlighting and crossing unnoticed boundaries laid down through repetition and assumption.
Leona gained an MA in Performance Writing from Dartington/Falmouth in October 2012, a course that took place in Arnolfini.