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One time, the homie Venus[-X] read me; we were on the phone and she was like, Girl, you keep wearing jeans and t-shirts at your shows, but the music doesn’t give that. I was like, You’re right, I need to be the person that I am at school, making dance and choreography. I should think about the whole performance. That’s when I put the 1 in my name and started dressing for the occasion.
When I first began choreographing, I never thought of it as choreography but as expressing feelings. Though every piece is different, they are all trying to get at certain things that are difficult to put into words. In the work, everything belongs to everything else – the music, the set, the movement and whatever is said.
Well we’ve got to do a lot of kung fu choreography, which was really cool. Like I have, you know, like the big hammer that I use, kind of like a staff in a sense. So I get to use that like a really cool weapon. Kung fu style. And it’s just really fun to get to learn that and execute it in a way that looks cool on screen. It just feels really rewarding.
I don’t want people to think about one common thing. Coda is non-discursive, just like choreography for the stage. So each audience member’s thoughts about it, or better yet, their feelings, will be different. Moreover, images contain so much information that one can see things that the next person won’t notice. As a result, people will surely think about Coda in dissimilar ways.
There were some parts of the film [Swiss Army Man] that the Daniels [Kwan and Scheinert] really wanted to look as elegant as a piece of ballet. As Hank and Manny go on in the story, they get better and better at being with each other and more and more adept – Hank knows more and more what Manny’s going to need at any given point, and having that choreography helps a bit.
Hip hop dancing is more like choreography and it’s more made up and you have to learn it. This, this Krump and Clowning you can’t learn, it’s just in you, the music moves you, you know. It’s raw and organic, you know, it’s like whatever comes out of you, you make it up tempo with the rhythm, you know, and it just comes out.