To engage choreographically is to position oneself in relation to another, to participate in a scene of address that anticipates and requires a particular mode of attention, even at times against our will.¨

I imagine the work of the choreographic as one possibility of sensual address—a dialogic opening in which art not only is looked at but also looks back, igniting a tremulous hesitation in the ways that we experience and respond.¨

Trespassing into the discourses and disciplines of visual-sculptural-audial-philosophic practice, the choreographic works against linguistic signification and virtuosic representation; it is about contact that touches even across distances.¨

Jenn Joy, Choreographic