Human Origami is an improvisational exploration of body folding that addresses multiple levels of embodiment – biological, meta-physical, creative and performative. This process-based, somatic movement approach to expanding the corporeal took its point of departure from phenomenologist Gilles Deleuze, explicitly from his writings on the fold. Human Origami evolved over two years of applied dance research with students at a London dance conservatory, expanding to other sites in Europe, the USA and Asia (Singapore). Here, dancer and multi-media artist Susan Sentler, and dance educator Glenna Batson situate Human Origami within the evolving discourse of multidimensional corporeality.