This article examines new methods and practices for the performance of interrelational spaces and perceptions in choreography and sound technologies. The series of works discussed, strategically solicit somatic-informed choreography to question attentiveness to space, time and body
in intermodal arrangements. The critical spatial practice examines the potential for ubiquitous technologies to disrupt perceptions of time and place in live performance situations towards new methods of performance encounter.
This journal focuses on the relationship between dance and somatic practices, and the influence of this body of practice on the wider performing arts. The journal will be aimed at scholars and artists, providing a space for practitioners and theorists to debate the work, to consider the impact and influence of the work on performance, the interventions that somatic practices can have on other disciplines and the implications for research and teaching.