August 1st, 2018 marked the first anniversary of Bitcoin’s Rebirth, with official celebrations in London, Paris and Hong Kong. At the London party, I joined Black Birdcage to entertain guests with my LED hoops.
Stable, steady, tremoring to her inner vibration, sensitive and present, she plays, intention free, to the rhythm of reality and in this way, each moment, she realises her true nature.
A night of unconditional love, connecting with my Why Nam tribe, sharing visions and stories, as we inspire and learn from each other, whilst creating magic and beauty through different art forms. Infinite gratitude to the beautiful creatures who crossed my jungle path and shared their stories with me. Words cannot express my feelings for you.. Until next time – kewp khun ka.
Filmed and cut by Ly Le on Why Nam beach, Koh Phangan, March 2018.
A celebration of the intoxicating, wild feminine and the divine, creative power of Shakti.
‘Kali’ is a highly-skilled, sophisticated and sassy performance that combines dance and hula hooping with the latest, cutting-edge LED technology. Custom illuminating colours, patterns and graphics are delivered on stage in conjunction with seamless movements and choreography, to create an unforgettable, multi-dimensional visual experience. Drawing inspiration from Hindu mythology and African music, Silvia channels the Tantric Goddess of love and destruction in a fast-paced, psychedelic act that aims at inspiring women to embrace their inner wilderness and creative power.
Performed in ‘Club Briefs’, Underbelly Festival 2017, London.
Very special thanks to Briefs Factory, the Box London and the wonderful Koh Phangan. Photos above were taken from another exhilarating run of Club Briefs, at Kempinski Seychelles Resort, Mahe Island, October 2017.
The last few years of my career wrapped into a power shell.
Many thanks to Cirque Bijou, John Bishop, everyone at Blue Peter, Henley Festival and the Box, London.
Cut and edited by the amazing Thomas Johansson (thomas-johansson.com/).
Cover photograph by Simon Yin (simonyinphotography.com/)
Soundtrack: LCD Soundsystem.
I spent the last 3 months training and collaborating with some incredibly talented people in Ko Pha Ngan – Thailand. This was a particularly inspiring and fruitful journey and below are a few images to witness how Thailand truly is a place for artists and nature to meet.
And below is a short clip from my performance at the inaugural ‘Colours of Love’ festival on Why Nam beach. Thank you to Wild Sirenda for calling us into a higher vibration of love and cosmic connection.
One of my highlights of 2016 was having the opportunity to collaborate with another hula hoop warrior – actually, one of the very first hula hoopers I ever met, years ago – the amazing Grace Billings.
Within one month of long distance rehearsals, we created a powerful LED hoop duo for a run of Christmas shows at Bloomsbury Big Top, London, as part of ‘Cirque Extraordinaire’.
Teardrop is a highly-skilled, sophisticated and sassy performance that combines dance and hula hooping with the latest, cutting-edge LED technology. Custom illuminating colours, patterns and graphics are delivered on stage in conjunction with seamless movements and choreography, to create an unforgettable, multi-dimensional visual experience.
Shot and cut by Thomas Johansson
Soundtrack by Massive Attack.
When I grow up, I want to be a wild child with layers on
Embrace of the Serpent
“She taught him that one cannot take pleasure without giving pleasure, and that every gesture, every caress, every touch, every glance, every last bit of the body has its secret, which brings happiness to the person who knows how to wake it.”