Research Period:
October 2006 – January 2007
Research under the Artists’ Programme at Chisenhale Dance Space, London.

Site Investigated:
St Paul’s Cathedral

Rationale:

To investigate how a place acquires a quality of spirit over time, as people and historical events pass through and around it, leaving traces. To investigate topoanalysis; how we are intimate with certain places, and through this intimacy how we are intimate with ourselves. To study sacred space as a defined area that has a boundary.

Notes on Process:

I walked along the south bank and the perimeter of St Paul’s. I used techniques of mapping to translate these pathways to the studio. I used sound, body movements, walking rhythms, flour prints and string alignments – to deepen the investigations of the above objectives.

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