'She likes to juggle. Instead of balls or batons, she practices with four or five perceptual experiences at once. She drops balls but it doesn't matter. She retrieves them when their absence is noticed. The director should know she prefers juggling to catching the ball. There is no time to capture or translate when someone is juggling. This freedom from knowing arouses the curiosity that precedes question-making. And this is where she feels performance lives.'
Deborah Hay, my body, the buddhist