To Live is to Move

to print ball and crochet copy

Movementinmind is the name of my Alexander Teaching and Arts practices which are grounded in a concern with moment. To live is to move; how we move embodies our pasts and creates our futures.

The work above documents performance. ‘Like a Woman’ was performed in September 2016 at Cardiff Met.  Where is Here? and Juncture,  shown below are in wax,  pencil,  pen and water colour on paper.  They were made during a months exploration of marking while walking a familiar route close to the artists home,  in the Spring of 2016.

These two works marked the begining of a journey which has continued into ‘Don’t Run ‘  and  ‘A shared walk’,  these can be found on other pages. Please scroll further down to see more recent experiments with moving and marking.