Immaterial is a self interrogation of the modern fixation of drag, questioning what it means to be a drag performer in the age of it's mainstream success. The work is a personal navigation back through drags emotional beginnings for many as a gateway to the trepid curiosity of gender expression, and is a journey into the euphoria of gender, the power of self-discovery and the divinity that comes from knowing who you are.
This debut solo work melds together the facets of Alix as a contemporary dancer, choreographer, drag artist and sound designer. As apart of Flinders University's Creative Arts Honours Program, Alix becoming the first Honours student for Dance in Flinders University's history and the first to do so at any South Australian institution. IMMATERIAL received a High Distinction and Alix was awarded a First Class honours for his work overall.