During the residency, I focused on two tracks of research: a new performance work for gallery contexts, and developing my drawing practice. I have always drawn as part of my choreographic work, as a way to document and record ideas and also as a way to process and think about choreography. For sometime I have wanted to take this dimension of my work further in the spirit of ‘expanded choreography’. This approach proposes choreography as a form and discipline that may be explored in mediums beyond dance and dancing, such as drawing, publications or even exhibition making. In turn, these exploration have fed back into my making of dance and now operate as distinct yet complimentary aspects of my choreographic work. Within this evolving practice, I am very interested in the politics of “personhood”: creating a performance is for me an opportunity to act as a destabilizer, to unfix states of being in order to show or implicate that which cannot be represented.