researching

If something is boring after two minutes, try it for four. If still boring, then eight. Then sixteen. Then thirty-two. Eventually one discovers that it is not boring at all." - John Cage

My research is part of my daily practice. It is something that is in constant process and development, in movement and in other aspects in life.
I am a big believer in investing time, work and energy in order to progress and discover new things - going deep and not wide. Throught narrowing my possibilities and giving more rules, I find freedom. Through making clear decisions, I find new habits. Through different combinations of actions, I experience different expressions and coordinations.

In the last few years I am working with movement principles, concepts, techniques, and exploring the possibilities that they bring, using improvisation as my main tool. I use Improvisation not as the topic of my work, but as the tool to work on the things that I'm interested in, as part of my research, practice, teaching and creating process.
My main interest is in the body and its movement, and through the body and the physical investigation I create applications to different forms, disciplines, ways of moving, as well as to the everyday life actions and to the other layers of our being.

On top of all this I am always working with the awareness and the consciousness while moving, constantly obresving the body and making choises. I enjoy working with the expression that is created by the physicality of the body and with musicality.
I'm constantly nurishing my inspiration and woking in parallel on the physical, mental, emotional, conceptual, technical and performative sides of my dancing.

I use all this to create rich and complex movement, to break habits, to develop my abilities, qualities and versatility, to expend my vocabulary of expressions and to enjoy dancing.