Answer to a journalist,

To answer your question regarding actions/images used in the choreography and the possible intentions behind - I'm afraid there are non. I can understand how those actions/images can be read in different ways, and I'm perfectly ok with that (there is no "official" version to what the work is about). I create and organize movements/people in time and space - it’s as simple as that. I am interested in the work itself, its mechanism, its logic, the tools used in making it etc. The way I see it, what is actually taking place on stage, is the focal point, and not whatever that might represent - it is not trying to discuss themes outside the onstage action itself.
Of course it is a completely different story for any individual in the audience, which is free to understand and make sense of that as he/she wants.