Our performative interventions involve multiple research methods in multilingual contexts. Participants engage with various performance formats and tools to experiment with exploring adaptive ethics as a relational practice through writing, movement, and vocal activities. These activities help people communicate, exchange, and reflect on violence that arises from identity-based conflicts. With each project, we involve participants in adapting the structure of the performative intervention, documenting the outcomes for their specific needs, and making the results  public knowledge.