So they're solving this problem for me, having a little -- They're constructing that phrase.
They have something and they're going to hold on to it, yeah?
One way of making. That's going to be my beginning in this world premiere.
Okay. From there I'm going to do a very different thing. So basically I'm going to make a duet.
I want you to think about them as architectural objects, so what they are, are just pure lines.
Yeah, no longer people, just pure lines, and I'm going to work with them almost as objects to think with, yeah?
So what I'm thinking about is taking a few physical extensions from the body as I move,
and I move them, and I do that by suggesting things to them: If, then; if, then. Okay, so here we go.
Just grab this arm. Can you place that down into the floor?
Yeah, down to the floor. Can you go underneath?
Yeah. Cat, can you put leg over that side?
Yeah. Can you rotate? Whoom, just go back to the beginning. Here we go, ready? And...bam, bake...(clicks metronome) Great.
Okay, from there, you're both getting up. You're both getting up. Here we go. Good, now? Them.