Interview by RoseLee Goldberg
Trio A, 1974. Courtesy the artist.
RoseLee Goldberg: For more than 25 years, from 1975 to 2000, you worked almost exclusively as a filmmaker, producing seminal works such as The Man Who Envied Women (1985) and MURDER and murder (1996). It seemed that during that period you were not choreographing or dancing at all. What changed your mind in 2000 and made you decide to return to choreography with After Many a Summer Dies the Swan (2000)?