Embodied drawing

Using drawing as both a process and a product of sensory contact in dance, Kimbal and I start to work. How can we use drawing processes to map the embodied nature of our everday human interactions, and how can we translate this into dance?

By walking, dancing, and drawing we aim to produce a body of work which will take the form as both performance and a series of drawings. Last wednesday we mapped and walked and lost ourselves on Hackney marshes. A series of preliminary touch drawings followed our discussion.

Kim moving Charlotte's hand

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