As I was performing all evening, I didn't get much opportunity to see all of the finished works in the space until the next day, however I felt that the works all connected really well to each other. Mine and Lui's performances gelled really well and I particularly loved the fact that there were two works that were to do with candle light one right in front of me and one to my right. It was really interesting as a performer to have this kind of stimuli to respond to while I was performing. I used these as my focal points during the three hours and would either respond to them by dismissing them or using them as a spot to focus on in that particular sequence of movement. It was a really interesting experience and I absolutely adore the archway space. The sounds of the train coming over the top just added to the atmosphere; the room really did feel alive.
I was initially really anxious about the fact that I didn't have any rehearsal time but I realised that the most beautiful aspect of the performance was the improvised nature of it - I got so many beautiful surprises from the footage when I watched it back! What a lovely experience!