Richard DeDomenici makes performances that are social, joyful, topical and political - although rarely simultaneously.
He specialises in anarcho-surrealist interventions that strive to create the kind of uncertainty that leads to possibility.
Richard invented the Carry-Ok wearable karaoke system, crocheted crypto-currency Knitcoin, office chair sport The Swivelympics, and radical feminist Eurovision tribute Fux Bizz.
DeDomenici's live tv adaptation of his inexplicably popular Redux Project for BBC4 was described by reviewer Matt Trueman as one of the smartest, strangest, subversive half hours of television he had ever seen.
He is currently touring his installation Shed Your Fears, which debuted at Tate Modern last March.
He's performed in over 30 countries, and in 2019 will unveil his most ambitious commission yet for the Radical Independent Art Fund.
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