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"Laughter, total laughter, taking us into its immense tide. Bursts of repeated, rushing, unleashed laughter, magnificent laughter, sumptous and mad.... And we laugh our laugter to the infinity of laughter.... O, laughter! To laugh is to live profoundly."

Milan Kundera

One of the aspects that characterised the beginning of our process was the enjoyment felt and experienced in getting to know a body and a way of expression never met before.

The tangible differences in height, weight and dynamics of movement were slowly disappearing, the more the playful aspect of the process was established.