"…It is striking that many of the creators made smart and inventive use of elements such as light and decor. Working with Kylian and Lightfoot/Leon (masters in the play with stagecraft) clear traces have been left behind. The ideas of the dancers come to the foreground using the wings and different elements of the stage or, for example, when the light represents a cross on the floor. The line game on the floor certainly brings another element to the piece of Lesley Telford, ‘Intersection‘. Dancer Kenta Kojiri stands as a solitary individual on an empty stage and moves searchingly, sometimes in long lines or small and isolated. A large group of people comes in, following the diagonal lines on the ground while they simply walk past. It makes Koriji’s movements only more powerful…"
*translated from Den Haag Centraal/by Ilse Van Haastrecht, 25.01.2008, Switch’08 shows work from brave NDT’ers
"…the ballet ‘Intersection‘ by Lesley Telford shows with beautiful movement how Kenta Kojiri remains in a world where humans live alongside each other without making contact. In his longing for meaning and a need for connection he is led into a crossroad of movement."
*translated from Volkskrant, Switch’08, 20.01.2008