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Last month I performed a desktop presentation’ as part of Light Moves Festival of Screendance in Limerick.

Over the years I’ve played a lot with ways of presenting ideas to audiences, and this is a first attempt to use the computer desktop as a live site of performance.

The presentation explores the ways in which mobile phones are changing choreographic thinking and practice.

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