Radiodress uses live and recorded talking, singing, yelling and listening to consider bodies as sites of knowledge, and communication as a political practice. Through guided audience participation in public space, she highlights the relationship between collective voice and the empathic act of listening. Radiodress' projects centre around questions of community, justice and healing. They usually involve non-artists, intentional community, and spiritual practices.
Radiodress' audio-based community project, midnight dawn 20-10-10 was exhibited as part of Border Cultures Two (work, labour) at the Art Gallery in Windsor in January 2014. love takes the worry out of being close: public assemblies in bed with queers premiered at Harbourfront Centre in Toronto as part of HATCH 2013. In 2014, she was long-listed for the Sobey Art Award. Radiodress also produces Republic of Love, a monthly radio show on critical art culture. Her current work, Mysterium Tremendum is being presented by the Worker's Arts and Heritage Centre in Hamilton, Ontario. This project works with a number of activists and precarious worker communities to share their struggles and transform their invisibility through the ancient mystical form of the Merkabah.