I wanted to say something before we meet next week (Göteborg), maybe more so in order to give something to address rather than to make any direct sense. To engage ourselves in projects that prefers to not point out the direction we should take but that rather wants to enable all possible directions to be taken will inevitably make us feel lost. How do we start? What is my role in this context? etc. But if we allow ourselves to be lost - to not know what we are doing - we might actually stumble upon something that we couldn't have thougth of in advance.
I'm interested to see if we can produce without knowing what we're producing? And yes, in a certain way I know that it is completely ridiculous and impossible but I would say that we actually mustn't know what we are doing in the doing but rather afterwards look back on what we did and maybe then possibly invent a meaning for it. I say this to emphasise that I think it is of importance to try to stay in the becoming of things, to not settle for any one notion but to continously be in a state of searching.
I believe that one of the initial interests that were essential for möte09 to come about was the desire to accommodate or facilitate meetings between different ways of thinking. The way we understand the establishing of a meeting - in this context - is that it can only take place if decided together - in the same moment - by two or more entities. So, if we cannot predict meetings can we instead think of choreographing the potentialities of meetings?
A short note on what choreography could possibly mean: in its most condensed form choreography could be described as the organization of occurrences - i.e. a production of movement - what this implies is that everything has the potential to be recognised as choreography. And this is very important because to me that means that for something to be choreography it doesn't have to look like - something we already know - as choreography...