In the last few years I have been pondering what it means for a dance-maker to walk into a space … More
Author: Marguerite Galizia
Imprinting and Returning to – my experience of learning ‘Trio A’
These notes reflect on my experience of learning Trio A, alongside my research with Amy Voris as part of my ongoing enquiry into the nature of self-choreography.
This short study was created during the Covid-19 lockdown. Reflecting on my own isolation and need to reach out and … More
What does it mean to ‘self-choreograph’?
There’s a great quote in an interview with Philip Decoufle where, asked about his solo work, he states: “There is … More
My account of working with Rosalind Crisp: finding purpose and just dancing.
I’ve become obsessed with trying to pin down what I’m doing, to find a way of describing my practice without … More
Capturing as Choreography
NB: the notes in this blog aim to document my work as a dance artist / researcher. For notes on … More
Solo Choreography: What’s the Wizard?
“If we walk far enough,” says Dorothy, “we shall sometime come to someplace.” ― L. Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz … More
The Creative Articulations Process
Breathe out slowly. Write the Movement. * I came across the Creative Articulations Process (CAP) whilst researching for my PhD … More
The question I’ve been asking myself recently is this: Where does my work fit? And the reason for the question … More