by Alejandra Garavito – Solo pieces are more intimate for me which is shocking in the sense that stage is a bizarre place for intimacy. So I feel challenge to find a personal, intimate voice in a voyeuristic ambient.
The freedom I find in solos is the fact that you are talking in a single language, the dancers. Even you are choreographing the piece; it will be in the natural language of the dancer, no mix-ups. When you have more people, communications can get mixed and too many voices might not speak of the same things or in the same volumes. In solos you can be clearer.