Choreographic Obects: The Bible (and more)
¨ A choreographic object is not a substitute for the body, but rather an alternative site for the understanding of potential instigation and organization of action to reside. Ideally, choreographic ideas in this form would draw an attentive, diverse readership that would eventually understand and, hopefully, champion the innumerable manifestations, old and new, of choreographic thinking. ¨
William Forsythe: ´Choreographic Objects´, in William Forsythe: Suspense, ed. Markus Weisbeck (Kraichtal, Germany: Ursula Blickle Stiftung, 2008) 5-7.