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Togethering practice


since 2014 I've been developing a choreographic research on the ethics of intimacy across radical difference. I use dance to activate correlated issues such as not-knowing, tending towards or approximating and I study the qualities of engagement these generate. This ongoing research generates a body of work in the form of dance scores, choreographic concepts and performances. It takes place in dance studios, on stage and as printed matter. I have been sharing this work with hundreds of peers and students across the dance community in Europe and North America, in collegial and educational contexts.


Most of my activities revolve around dance: from dancing to choreographing, teaching, supporting peers, making up structures for collective thinking and making, writing and generally pondering through choreographic practice on ethics and aesthetics of alterity and togetherness. I'm currently a guest professor at HZT Berlin.