Making solo work is an intimate process. It takes me deep into myself and into a keen relationship with my practice and what inspires and generates that. I have been creating ‘terra’ over several years due to Covid and also the necessity to stay with something for a long time to realise the work and feel satisfied.

In this workshop I will share some of my ways of working: the somatic practice that has kept me dancing for decades; the philosophy embodied in my dancing; a keen attunement to our lived world with its complex and acute environmental and social changes; the influence of place on our embodiment and imagination; the refining and distilling of these elements to create work.

We will be ‘moving underneath’ so bring an object that covers at least part of your body, for example: newspaper, blanket, netting, sheet, coat or large piece of clothing.

The workshop is an opportunity to share my research with other dance artists, performers and choreographers in Western Australia. Between us I hope to generate questions.

Practice Sharing is an arena to enter into artistic dialogue, an opportunity to share skills, a space for physical thinking, and a way to engage in different creative practices.

Facilitated by established local dance artists and visiting guest artists, the sessions are presented in an open, workshop-style format that may move between dancing, writing, choreographic research and discussion. 


Saturday 2 December 2023

2:00pm – 4:00pm


Studio 1 – Level 2

King Street Arts Centre

357-365 Murray Street, Perth WA



FREE for members / $20.00 for non members

Maximum: 20 participants


The practice sharing will take place over 2 hours.

This workshop is open to body-based performers with over two – three years experience.

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