I like that you ask these questions about theater.
The field of choreography nowadays seems for me this amazing unconventional ever evolving and changing art discipline. A bit like an amoeba cell. And in this freedom and openness of constant
researching and repositioning itself and its esthetical outcome everything becomes possible. I'm realizing that I still believe in the space of theater. In a space of utopia where anything may
happen. In a space where we can enter in the experience of an ‘other’ space. Where we take the risk to sit on our seat and become vulnerable to what could arise around us. And then
something – maybe – can shift and transform in what we experience as an audience. And we might leave differently.
I’m fascinated to create spaces of unpredictability, which are triggering our awareness and senses. And to unravel the endless possibilities of the body to become a channel and allow a space of experiences to appear.
The focus in my artistic practice in the last years is to initiate artistic processes with different communities and artists where one can connect to their own desires and urgencies and follow them as their source of creativity.
Noticing collective matters in our society that are sometimes not seen or neglected are a strong motivation for me to build environments and performances that inspire audiences on an emotional and sensual level in order to invite starting a discourse together.