keep everything

Monday, October 6, 2014


Everyday fragments confettied, celebrating the undoing of editing.
With so much to filter, we have become adept at choice. What happens to the creative process when the outcome is to keep everything?

A designer and a choreographer both asked the same question.
Phoebe Philo for S/S'15 Celine was interested in the risk of uncertainty in the creative process as freedom from our obsession with editing. Whilst some saw this as a lack of cohesion, I really like the idea of allowing for creative chaos as a way of revealing latent synapses in the search of epiphanies and sense. It reminds me of one of my favourite dance works, Antony Hamilton's Keep Everything for Chunky Move.

Reference:

Sam Rollinson by Alasdair McLellan | The Gentlewoman #10, Autumn/Winter 2014

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