Our sense of movement initiation across digitally and analog spaces is causing a paradigm shift in our inherited dance practice and terminology. Our previously described kinesphere is shifting to a spatially distributed and networked kinesfield. This is causing us to examine our physical rapport across space and within ourselves. This presentation will look at a taxonomy of movement inscription processes that have contributed to this shift both historically and in current artistic practice. Methods of decoding, representing, reproducing, translating and transfiguring movement and inscription will be discussed during the presentation with text and visual examples.