The body is a stage informed by movement.

Lets define movement:-

move·ment  (mimagevimagemimagent)n.1.

a. The act or an instance of moving; a change in place or position.
(to quote a someone)
a change in place or position a step away from the other or and also towards the other, an exchange of of one position for another position.
Note practical task for read: from this position can you experience another position without changing to the other position in question, and then once in the other position can know the experience of the position you were in now in the other position, or would one have to return to the first position in order to absolutely know the conditions of the postilion.

The question being what are the echoes the experiences we remember of an experience is not apart of the position we now hold.

Are we still (not moving), never leaving our own position but also and always in, complete and absolute movement?

which also asks is doing better than not doing or do we loose out of the not doing by doing and thus also loosing out or the reversing always gaining?

nothing better nor worse… all the same all just another name for the same differences and unique monotony.

This plan of yours is my plan absurd and mistaken for our plan, to chance its all and make a change to nothing at all risking everything.

This is the perfrect place to lay down the acts of kindness, understand and helpfulness we playfully places as “please do not disturb” signs on our doors… CHANGING NOTHING AT ALL BUT EVERYTHING IN TURN.

Thank you
Dancers: Thom Yorke and Fukiko Takase
Director: Garth Jennings
Choreographer: Wayne McGregor
Production Company: STK Films
Producer: Helen Power
Director of Photography: Nick Wood
Editor: Dominic Leung @ Trim
Focus: Karl Hui
Gaffer: Paul Allen
Make up: Carol Hart


This is apart of a series of Reformulation* writings of and around choreography, posting once a week starting August 2014. Kindness PETER