My trans-disciplinary research across architecture, choreography, sociology and museology is informed by my creative professional practice a dancer, choreographer and dramaturge. Through practice-led experiments asks pressing questions about the nature of human interaction that finds articulation through theatres, museum and public outdoor spaces. I am currently concerned with how dance and expanded social choreography, as relational and site-based practices, change the human imaginary of relationships between bodies and space in ways that can be more caring, inclusive and sustainable. Solutions emerge from specific, human centered experiences that detail the kinds of relations that dance making offers. My argument centers around the way in which personal experiences are negotiated through ones' embodied social-spatial experiences and, therefore, needs to be considered in a pandemic and post-pandemic world.