Angela Tiatia’s work Interference (2018) draws upon a rich and interwoven history of dance and the body, and was originally made in response to Amrita Hepi's work A Caltex Spectrum—a finalist piece performed in 2018 for the Keir Choreographic Awards. Tiatia’s video plays with dualities and multiplicities of interference that inform and shape identity. The video flickers and inverts the environment between black and white, consequently inverting the performer’s bodies to temporarily transcend their race and class, and in turn, inverting hierarchies and order so that we may see the world anew. With music video-like qualities, the work references pop culture, Hollywood, celebrity culture and social media with images that fill our everyday digest. The video’s finale compilates images from science, politics and spirituality. As Tiatia says, “I want to evoke the spirits, ancestors.... from the past, present and future....and to show, very briefly, the evolution of culture.” The final image in the sequence holds the visage of the Venus of Willendorf—a 30,000 BCE figurine—demonstrating the vast iconography of the female form throughout history, as well as her transcendence through movement, grace and spirituality.