Looks at its relation-ship:/ to the body in different environments. It shows examples of work within the context of dance. How it works with the body to compliment and extend move-ments:/ How the body works and moves inside these cloth structures. How it is activated by the move-ment:/ of the body. where does the line between stage and street dissolve. The body and its relation-ship: / with cloth have always been central in my work. Exploring how it has been used construct gender identities. The ethical identity of our cloth, the environmental impact of it, needs to be at the fore-front:/ of our thinking as we move forward. All of us have a unique relation-ship: with cloth, from the types of fibres we are drawn to, how it’s fabricat-ed:/ from, natural or synthetic. It is used to construct: compliment, amplify our identity’s. to show association to others.


plural cloths 

1 aa pliable material made usually by weaving, felt-ing:/ or knitt-ing:/ natural or synthetic fibres and filaments

terry cloth, a linen cloth

2a piece of cloth adapted for a part-icular:/  purpose, Table-cloth:/

3aa distinct-ive:/ dress of a profession or calling

bthe dress of the clergy:/ d.r.a.g, king, queen, queer, fibres,

2a: individual stand-alone:/ identity Construct-ed:/ Body unique, express-ion:/

2b: wrap cover en-case:/ protect-ive:/ Lay-ers:/ 

2c: Soft hard, Felt-ed:/ coarse, warm-th:/ Sens-uous:/