A three-day laboratory to reflect on practice through improvisation as move¬ment research and inspiration for performance making. Sessions will usually begin with floor work, bringing attention and interest to the particular body we inhabit with some basic body-voice work. We will use improvisation scores and writing to work individually and collaboratively with an emphasis on process, experimentation and exchange. This workshop aims to be inclusive to all kinds of training as an opportunity for artists and gradu¬ates with special interests in performance and fascinations for movement investigation. Fiona Wright (b.1966 London) has been making mostly solo work since the late 1980s. Her approach to movement is located in physicality, influenced by somatic practices such as the Feldenkrais Method and Experiential Anatomy. She also works collaboratively with Caroline Bowditch and Simone Augh¬terlony as dramaturge and performer. Recent solo work includes a series of performance lectures titled «Other versions of an uncertain body», several short and close-up performance works made for an audience of one at a time. Her current solo «On Lying» was seen at Theaterhaus Gessnerallee in January 2009. Fiona is also a freelance university lecturer and was a Visiting Artist at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Performance Dept. in 2007.