Fiona Wright has been making mostly live, solo performances since the late 1980s, presenting extensively in the UK and Internationally. Her most recent work has a focus on small and limited audience contexts; short performances for the audience, become repeated over time as long works for the performer. Her work is driven by a fascination with the image of the lone figure and the uncertainty and incidental intimacy in performance. Her performances are personalised and yet not confessional, with a focus on the particular body of the performer. Over the years this work has often been described as "subversive" and even "rare". Some say images of control and strength seem to flicker with moments of fragility.