When reaching stability is the main focus of a choreographic process, choreography ceases to be. Sooner or later any form of stability becomes unsatisfactory, because no problem has an answer apart from the problem itself.

Choreography as a living phenomenon, happens in the constant movement between reaching stability and loosing it, only to strive to find it once again within a different constellation and reorganization of the different elements.

In this dynamic space, lies the core essence and drive of a choreographic work.

Whenever it stops making sense, that’s when the opportunity for renewed sense presents itself.

The question remains, why bother?