We believe that music, performance and improvisation are powerful mediums for expression and communication across difference. Performance can give a voice to individuals in society who are marginalised and remain silent because their language or mode of communication cannot be heard.

If we are to achieve a humanistic society where human dignity is respected and cherished, inclusion is an important attitude and spirit to be cultivated in the hearts and minds of each person.

For this purpose, our team is committed to research activities that promote:

Social inclusion through creative performance practice

Accessible and enabling technologies

Challenging dominant assumptions or exclusive identities