Between Faces is a single screen desktop presentation developed through a combination of screen-based digital practice-research and traditional scholarship. It is part lecture, part digital performance, and part screendance, and is influenced by developing practices such as desktop documentaries and video essays.
The work examines the ways in which the hyper-presence of mobile screens is changing screendance practices, thinking and development. It does this through discourse (with a more conventionally scholarly tone) and the manipulation of videographic, text and photographic elements on the screen. In this way, the screen becomes a site for the movement, gestures and thinking of screendance scholarship and practice.