Gareth’s work is sharp queer activism. It is a contemporary charge of potent intent, amplifying urgent concerns of now with a touch that is at once both considered and well crafted. Highly recommended.” – Robert Pacitti, Director, SPILL Festival of Performance

Gareth’s work probes the cis-male body; the ‘in-between’ spaces found inside and around his HIV ‘undetectable’ body (neither well or unwell in the conventional sense); and the queerness of the voice, immaterial yet of the body. His practice spans and combines live performance, writing, music, movement and curation.

As well as his solo practice, Gareth is working with the choreographer, Dinis Machado on a new group dance work touring Europe in 2019 / 20. His collaborations include CUTTER // NASH a live art ambient industrial band with disabled sound artist and story teller, Gemma Nash, and a series of butt portraits with the visual artist, Ranulph Redlin.

His work has been supported and presented by organisations including Arts Council England, Live Art Development Agency, British Council, Unlimited, South Bank Centre, DaDa Fest, Metal Peterborough, HOME, ]performance space[, Dublin Live Art Festival and hÅb.