Georgie Buchanan is a vocalist, sound explorer and social artist based in Leeds.
She explores voice as a collective act, a sensation and a transformative process in the belief that the voice is powerful enough to change our understandings of body, gender, disability, border politics and community.
She works across the mediums of traditional folk singing, absurdist story spinning, choral composition, percussive and improvised dance, puppetry, street theatre, and immersive and sensory performance.
In recent works she has embodied the scented songs of a jar of pesto, conversed with giant hippos and covered blindfolded audiences in jelly. She dreams of one day gaining an inter-species understanding of the songs and dialects of humpback whales.