Late work at Roehampton today

 

This feels like a big challenge, we prepared in April and now this performance is shoe horned into the pressurised calendar of teaching, assessments, research applications, administration as well as domestic life. Roehampton is a particular context  – we can expect an audience of contemporary dance students, academics, researchers with ballet expertise.

 

I remind myself that it is enough but important to be in the spirit of the work and to explore the dialogues –between Susie’s and my dance, between the musicians and the dancers, between this moment and our embodied practices and knowledge.  All we can do is to attend to and build the conditions in which something might happen.

The next iteration …