Touch is understood as the primary sensation in human beings which connects external stimulation, bodily movements and emotional expression. Un-spoken and un-known connection will form a dialogue between two lived bodies, amplified by the performer’s body movements.
It was the audience participatory performance. Audience experienced physical contacts in performance space with a performer. Moreover I choreographed movements vocabularies based on my own subjective experience through my clients from dance movement psychotherapy sessions.
This performance movement’s research based on my MA dissertation, An Exploration into the Therapist’s Experience of Touch as a Vehicle for Non-verbal Communication in DMP with a Child with Sever Learning Difficulties: A Heuristic Enquiry.