It was the first time for me being in a work process with so many people involved in the actual making of what we were about to do. We strived to have a collective process where everyone’s input mattered. It of course was a very slow way of working. We rehearsed for weeks and weeks, discussed, tried out things over and over. It was a great contrast to the studio work making the music. I think I was more focused on my body performance than the musical performance; I had never danced before so it took a lot of time for me to learn.