Questions

In your everyday life, in what kind of situations do you recognize or become aware of the movement?

How does the movement produce that moment or situation?

How does the movement create conditions for your everyday life?

When you think of your artistic / professional practice, when and where does the movement usually appear in?

How is the movement defined in this context?

How would your practice change if movement was no part of it?

What happens if you leave movement alone? Where and when do you leave it alone?

How would you describe the movements that are present now?

How would you describe stillness, complete stillness?

How would you describe the difference in between ‘movement as a flux’ and ‘movement as a potential for cut’?

If movement was an object, what kind of an object would it be?

What kind of movements do you think I like?

What do you know about the movement? What was taught to you in a school for example about movement?

How would you describe the choreographies that your body is already part of?

On your way here, how were you choreographed and by what or whom?

What do you understand by the word choreography? Or choreographic thinking?

Is choreography and movement related? If yes, how?

What happens to the movement when it is mediated to choreography? To dance? To sculpture? To music? To poem?

Complete the sentence: Choreographer is a person who….

What are the skills and sensitivities that a person who can be called ‘a choreographer’ needs?

If everything moves, how do you take place in that movement-mesh?

In this specific choreographic practice, what is the difference between perception and reading?

What is the relation between sense and meaning in this specific choreographic orientation?

What are the differences of the exposed reading practice to other somatic or choreographic practices?

Is reading witnessing, observing or answering, or something else?

Is choreography as a reading practice productive or generative?

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