Figures in Spaces moves through the city, acknowledging and representing eccentric city spaces with the presence of the figure re-addressed. With the aim to return the human figure to the process of approaching and presenting spatial types, the city is explored by methods such as ‘drifting’ and also current movement, choreographic and documentary techniques. By discovering overtly ‘Apollonian’ capitalist-driven spaces; shiny, privatised and corporate in their character, or spaces that are ‘Dionysian’ in their properties; unique, dark and more affording of an unseen act, we can begin to combine the two polarisations into something that parts of both. Collage, performance, digital-image-making, sculpture, video and text are all techniques to consider and to quickly render an outcome. Process and product are measured equally in the results.