skirting is an improvised and durational practice for the peripheral spaces and transitional times of an event. Movement material and photography are resourced from the felt-sense of the body, drawing on sensorial and imaginal input of the site as it is experienced. With this practice, we seek to offer a presence that both belongs to and stands separate from the space it inhabits.
credits for skirting:
Movement and Performance - Natalie Garrett Brown and Amy Voris
Photography - Christian Kipp
Performing Process, Sharing Practice Symposium, Coventry University 2014
International Federation of Theatre Research World Congress, University of Warwick 2014
created with support from:
University of Chichester