I move to feel and inhabit my immediate world and it always surprises me how little I have noticed of what is around me and touching me; I move in order to listen to and notice all that lives and moves within me and to which I become blind in the noise of everyday life; I move to find what is alive for me, flowing beneath my everyday awareness; I move to re-member who I am; I move to find what I have lost or forgotten, to feel and to recover a sense of rhythm and time that is connected to my own feeling, sensing body; I move to find another kind of language for which I have no words; I move to find the ‘music’ by which I am moved.​