September 3, 2016 at 1pm to September 4, 2016 at 5pm
Roehampton University3, 4 September 2016 1-5pm£20 one day £35 both days*What are different ways of looking, and what are ways of looking/allowing the gaze that invite or deflect intimacy? How do we see our audiences and how do we invite others into our performance?In this workshop we'll work with watching each other and with proximity, towards a potentially greater intimacy, troubling the idea that closer is more intimate and finding ways of being close without letting others in. We will work…See More
I make performances, choreographic environments, workshops, games, writings, images, events and other things. Often relating to the embodied aspects of politics and philosophy and from a heterosexual, white, cis-male perspective.
I also explore these things in other people's projects including with Adam James, Florence Peake, Eva Recacha, Mehmet Sander, Meg Stuart, Tino Sehgal and Patrick Staff. I have an MRes in Choreography and Performance from Roehampton University and an MA in Global Values and Contemporary Ethics from Kings College, London.
I suppose I am interested in creating ways to structure how people relate to each other physically and in conversation. I might do this through written or spoken scores, objects, games, or workshops. I am interested in how the rules of relations might be made visible, disrupted and modified by those following them.