In 2013, Elisabeth started her movement research, which primarily investigates movement qualities and textures and their composition in time and space. This research has been inspired by her love for contemporary music and especially by the compositional work of György Ligeti, Krzysztof Penderecki and John Cage.
Furthermore, this research is an ongoing investigation in the field of improvisation. Elisabeth has thereby been fundamentally inspired by the artistic work of Judith Sanchez Ruiz, Ohad Nahrain’s Gaga Technik, Trisha Brown, Merce Cunningham, William Forsythe, Meg Stuart, Joe Moran and Deborah Hay amongst others. She is mainly interested in the emergence of spontaneous compositions within time and space as well as the echo of movement within these entities.
As part of her movement research, Elisabeth draws scores which illustrate sensations of movement qualities and textures as well as spatial and dynamic composition.