Dancing-with Stelarc & Collaborators Anthropomorphic Machine, I dig into connective tissue, ride anatomy trains and bridge senses through an extracellular matrixial score. Described as a 'tensegrity cloud', Anthromorphic Machine is a kinetic sculpture using principles of human movement and physiology to create responsive behaviours. Reacting in real time to my gestures, the Machine as dance partner quivers, glitches, undulates and pulses. Research by Kerstin Kussmaul into Fascia - the connective tissue permeating every structure in the body - has informed the choreographic process. In moving with fascia as (im)material strata for enhanced ecological thinking through the the artifical breathing of the Machine, I inhabit an extracellular matrixial choreography of connection between human and non-human. Sound composed by Russell Scoones, blends the Machine's temporal spasms with the deep brassy breath of the endangered euphonium played by Rafe Scoones. Ellie Boekman has created a costume that gestures to the tensegrity of machine-flesh relations with its layered mesh and equipment for extension.