Space for wriggling, creeping, shaking, and shifting your juices and pieces. Together, we’ll follow our fingers and toes, practice transfigurations, get lost in sensation and heavy sounds, repeat gestures, deep-listen to objects and spaces, and embody bits of history and anthropology. I propose games, frames, and wormholes, drawing on the language of somatics, science, dance, and folklore, relaying from our commonwealth of contemporary performance practices. We’ll behave and misbehave, touch the familiar and the unknown, and bump our way through big ideas. Be it resolved that dancing is a way of thinking in the world.