Maïa’s ritualistic performance work merges written text with textiles, movement and sound to create immersive sound environments and visual textural sensory experiences. Since graduating from Textile Art & Artefact at NCAD, Maïa has been growing their toolkit of creative practice across textile craft, video production; sound design & production; vocal training & sound healing; movement practice; written & illustration work; and social practice & community engagement. Recently, their video performance work ARIMA (originally commissioned by Liz Roche Company as part of a suite of performance works entitled Alternately Terrific and Gentle) was purchased for IMMA’s permanent collection. In May 2021, their newest improvisational performance work SPECTRAL was shown at NCAD Gallery closing a program of events: After Effects & Untold Histories, Politics and Spaces of Performance since the 1990s. They were also commissioned to produce a package of illustrative and written work for I WANT YOU TO KNOW, a Dublin International Literary Festival project. In June 2021, their newest audio work THIS SORROW was shown as an installation as part of On Belonging, a Basic Space group exhibition at The Library Project, Temple Bar, curated by Diana Bamimeke.