I Can't Help The Way I Feel is a piece dedicated to body and mind in an attempt to honour, connect and rise; a series of movements that synthesise a choreographic process with the ultimate aim be the purification of the soul. Inspired by John Isaacs' homonymous sculpture at Wellcome Collection this is an ode to individuality using obesity as a metaphor and the obsession of the human race over its image instead of its brain hence the lack of head. Executed by Lulu Love, a male-to-female performer in transition, the interpretation references Isaacs' description ‘emotional landscape’, reffering to a rather social/mental obesity than a factual.