My engagement with an on-going collaborative practice stems from my interest in exploring ideas of movement and temporality across media of visual art, music, and performance. They evoke freedom of expression to certain things I had been turning over in my own practice. These experimental collaborative practices foster creativity within a cross-media, with interest to learn from each other, and to flesh out the bare bones of inchoate concepts.  The possibilities for exploration and expression, and how they stimulate ideas-generation that arise through a synthesis process, sparked by things as simple as a chance encounter, and encompasses visual art, music, improvised, and choreographed movement.