2011 – Liverpool Hope Uni UK


This weekend intensive was open to artists working in all disciplines interested in actively engaging the body both in and as a performance site.

Focusing primarily on the transfer of physical properties between object | subject | entity, and the fundamentals of cause-effect relationship, the sessions provided practical tools for recognising and describing one’s own shifting perceptual states that evoke embodied response within instant composition practice.

In broadening the vocabulary of interaction between body and environment through empathetic response, the properties or characteristics that engage physicality are further exposed and explored.


'Instant Movement Composition'
allows for a mediation of the senses as well as immediacy of perception. It is an act of instant reflexivity, recognising the body’s own capacity to differentiate and identify discrete moments of encounter with self, with others, registering effect as they occur