They invited me to present what I was currently working on. I did this by exploring how the aesthetic context between the audience and I was influenced by the various shoes that I put on and off, and how it affected the choreographic frames of the whole situation. I balanced between lecture, performance and conversation with the audience. In this way the audience interacted by also exploring the choreographic frames of the situation.
The idea came from my interest in how the body and its social surroundings are connected. The social surroundings could be other bodies, architecture, atmospheres, shoes, power structures and cafe sounds. I experience that the body is part of those relations through feelings, senses and biology, among others. And because the relations are in constant change, the body is in constant change. Thus the body is fluid.
I investigate ways to get more aware of the relations and in this way create aesthetic knowledge of situations and places. I ask the questions to myself and the audience: What lies in the knowledge that is contained in situations and relations, and in this sense not reserved for the individual? How is it possible to communicate this kind of knowledge?