Lovsin trained as a sculptor and architect and her work touches upon ecological and playful alternative thinking. Lovsin’s residency led to a collaboration with choreographer Henrietta Hale, scientist in electronics and sustainable engineering from Cambridge University Department of Engineering Dr. Richard McMahon, Ph.D. student Aeffendi Hashim, assistant choreographer Maria Sanderson and six volunteers dancers Judith, Laura, Lenka, Sheila, Katherine and Peter.
During Lovsin’s first research visit in March 2009, it became clear that she wanted to give life and energy to Amphis. This conceived the idea for Dynamo Door Dance. The project's intention was to test out and suggest alternative energy solutions in Amphis by generating electricity through movement. The nature of the project was interdisciplinary and collaborative and became a test site which allowed openness, playfulness and unusual encounters to happen.