Jed asked the dancers 7 questions at the end of the first week. He'll go away to compile these answers and use them as inspiration for the sound design for the new work. This is a way Jed likes to work collaboratively - the performers invest their individual ideas into the work and he embeds them into the composition.
1. What does surprise sound like?
It might be its a sound you can make yourself or a sound in the world in your life that reminds you of surprise, or it might be a feeling or a memory. How do you describe that sound?
2. What does disgust sound like?
So... it could be a sound you make when you think about disgust or something in the world you think is disgusting perhaps - keep it clean.
3. What does relief sound like?
Relief like...oh that's a relief.
4. What does does embarrassment sound like?
5. What does the inside of your body sound like?
6. What does your brain sound like?
7. I want you to imagine that your ears aren't on the side of your head but their on the inside of your tummy - so imagine they're inside you and you're listening to the world - what would they hear? So I'm wondering what you would hear...so it's a bit like when you were a baby. Imagine if you were a fully grown human living inside someone's tummy - what would you hear?
Zoe & Kate ask the dancers about the work so far and how they're interpreting the look and the feel of the production.
8. Close your eyes, imagine the show in your head - what do you see?
What images come to mind when you see the the set, the costumes and the lights?
Write down colours if you're seeing colours.
9. When you imagine this show, what sounds do you hear.
10. What does the show smell like?