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•Negotiating the role of choreographer through notions of score, somatic direction and psychophysical interaction
•Collaborative processes in performance making
•Duration, time and memory affecting choreographic construction from the choreographer/performer perspective
•The practice of drawing as scoring method, the tracing of time and space and memory
•Film / screen / camera as choreographic installation - design production and post-production
•Investigating, questioning and integrating notions of presence and embodiment in choreographic practice
•Resourcing and reflecting upon the moment of seeing - improvisation / choreographic response from the visual (painting)
•The creation of listening space - sound-scape and choreography
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