"I view movements of the body as visual language. I believe that we as human beings are nothing but matter manifesting itself through a matter of movements of particles, working together to create our beings. I am interested in how our bodies occupy space and ways in which we can make our movements tangible. How does our body relate to or affect itself within the context of other materials or situations? Rudolf Laban is a dance choreographer who is known for his philosophy on Space Harmony. "Space Harmony is based on the universal patterns of nature and man as part of a universal design and order. (Choreutics:Laban)." Laban saw spacial patterns in human movement and recognized these patterns of moment to correlate with the shapes of the platonic solids. Kinetography is the phenomena of circles existing throughout nature and life. A person's kinesphere is defines spherical space determined by the area around the body whose periphery can be reached by extending the limbs in any direction away from the central point of standing. Technically speaking, a persons kinesphere isn't visible until the moment in which they begin to move within it. We make our kinesphere's visible by something Rudolf Laban refers to as trace-forms, or results of our movement represented in two dimensional line. Empty space simply does not exist. Space is a hidden feature of movement, and movement is a hidden feature of space. EVERYTHING IS MOVING. At all times. Matter is composed of a complex series of vibrations. Movement is a basic experience of human existence. Time is always involved in movement and movement is always involved in space. As we move through a space, the past, present, and future, aspects of time are involved in out movements. As one part of our movement vanished into the past, the next movement is in the present, followed by a third movement which presumably follows the present movement to complete the future movement.
All of this relates back to my basic interest in the structure of our universe, how we as humans occupy space, and how being aware of how we perceive the world, helps us to take control and be in charge of defining our own reality. By understanding we are just another small part, moving along in resonance with other sentient beings, we can find a center in our reality."