“My art comes from a busy mind. It is a dance full of subtext and images, poems that deliver themselves through my body. I dance with my organs to understand whom I am. While I love improvisation as a medium to express the content of a fresh and spontaneous art, I pursue a choreography that deals with the radical transformation of qualities and textures in relation with body architectures and geometrical shapes. Most of the pieces I have done are juxtaposing technically demanding choreography with open space of improvisation.”
Interview for Dance Magazine by Emily Macel
I think that creation/improvisation is a very important part of the formation of a professional dancer. In a dance world replete with different styles and concepts, you must be prepared to recognize what the choreographer is looking for and be able to express it on the spot with confidence and knowledge.