• Get rid of the chairs so there can be drumming

    Get rid of the chairs so there can be drumming, empty me out with a look. Slow down again to feel something still beginning but don’t expect me to come away clean or to glisten too much. In this wide plain we’ll sit and not fall downhill. Coffee runs into indigo ink. Muscles melt away please so I can be…

  • Very bleary-eyed, I stepped from rush-hour tube to smooth-landing plane and into calm but disorientating Vienna. It was when I collected my baggage that I realised that I wasn’t in London – that may seem quite a shameful delay but all of the past few days have been spent performing-choreographing-doing-latenightpacking that I had come to exist as a kind of…

  • The only type of pie chart that moves me (to make pie)

  • Do Not Read This: Film Premiere

    The Premiere of ‘Do Not Read This’ written and directed by Joanna Callaghan is TODAY! Produced by Heraclitus Pictures, “DO NOT READ THIS” is the third film in a series about philosophical ideas. Like previous films it attempts through narrative and mise-en-scène to find filmic expression for the philosophical idea.The film draws on the complex work of Jacques Derrida to explore the act of…

  • Janine Harrington’s The Bridge was a wonderful success on Saturday – over 40 dancers who I had the pleasure of working with over the past few months. See more photos by Glen Mackay here and a great review by Germaine Cheng

  • It’s official! With the help of some very special people, I have raised the money I need to go to ImPulsTanz as a DanceWEB scholar! Hurrah!! THANK YOU!!

  • Opening this new blog with one of my absolute most favourite dance works. I know  I wasn’t around to see the original but it’s awe-inspiring choreography. Trisha Brown, Woman Walking Down a Ladder (1973/2010) (diptych), gelatin silver prints, courtesy Broadway 1602, New York. Copyright Babette Mangolte.