Researching a dance piece involves not only physical and musical exploration but also reading, writing and sketching. Here is a glimpse into that side of our work.

Night Fever: Designing Club Culture, Ausstellungsbuch, Vitra Design Museum
Keeping Together in Time: Dance and Drill in Human History, William H Mc Neill
“Euphoric response to keeping together in time is too deeply implanted in our genes to be exorcized for long.”
George Floyd and a Community of Care, G.E. Patterson Places Journal, LINK HIER “If community is more important than objects, then our reasoning could be clear: if the mysteries of grief and traditions of oblation are, in a profound sense, ant-art; are antithetical to the museological and art-historical practices of identifying artist and collector and provenance (and market value); then there could be a choice in the offing.”
Angesteckt: Zeitgemässis über Pandemie und Kultur, Elisabeth Bronfen
“Wir können die Illusion der eigenen Unverwundbarkeit nicht mehr aufrechterhalten. Wir müssen (wieder) ein anderes Verhältnis zum Tod einnehmen.”
Flight Ways: Life and Loss at the Edge of Extinction, Thom Van Dooren
“Narrative is my way into the complexity of extinction; stories allow us to hold open simultaneously a range of points of view, interpretations, temporalities and possibilities.”
“Grief …is a complex biosocial achievement, requiring the coming together of evolutionary histories and emotional and cognitive competencies to produce embodied subjects who are unavoidably emotionally entangled with one another…who have in some way become at stake in each other, bound up with what matters to each other. In other words, they in some sense, more or less consciously, have come to inhabit a meaningfully shared world.”
Zwischen Gut und Böse, Text und Interviews, Alfred A Häsler, Redaktion und Geschichte der Ethik, Niklaus Flüeler
The Birth of Tragedy, Friedrich Nietzsche
Eine kurze Geschichte des Tanzes, Dagmar Ellen Fischer
Anmut und Disziplin: Tanz in der Bildende Kunst, Helga Thalhofer
Tanz Körper Politik, Johannes Odenthal
“Was formal die Symmetrie bewirkt, eine Spiegelung der Welt, entspricht inhaltlich em Motiv des Zwillings…den Doppelgänger, die gespanltene Identität.”
“Symmetrie ist ein Vorbote dees Destruktiven, die Herausforderung einer ALlumfawssenden Vernichtung. Ein Zweites Ich kann ein Mittel sein, um sich selbst zu entecken”. – Jan Farbe, zitiert
Gilgamesh, English Translation Stephen MitchellToo Young to Die, Patricia Fox-Scheinwold
Das Passende Leben, Remo H Largo