Yes - it's the same in any other work - the more you massage your thinking the more capable I believe you are of expanding how you go about things and learning.
More Quotes from Siobhan Davies:I don't start a piece knowing exactly what effect it's going to have. There is a seed of an idea that I could never articulate, right at the beginning of the piece, literally like one cell.
The dance world is too small in lots of ways - it's too intense, it rattles around itself, and it needs exposing to other ideas.
They improve greatly, and sometimes I go and see the performances they do and I am consciously aware that there isn't enough work for the good dancers.
Then I came in twice a week - for my own enjoyment as well as to be a guide. And then we started to apply some of the splinters of the ideas back into the piece.
There's a hunger for learning, and I think that dancers are wonderful in their ability to turn round and say 'every day is a learning day'.
It's not just for its influence on us, but to know that we can play a part in it, to understand the influence that we have outside our own existence.
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