Cultures and their constituent parts—disciplines, knowledge, subcultures, politics, conflicts, etc.—are not stable, and cannot be represented in their totality through any means. The process of referencing a community, a culture, a discipline, is a process of stabilization through various forms of in-, ex-, oc-, and transclusion.”

– MacCallum and Naccarato 2019: 411

Move closer to one of the breathers, and sit down on the floor so that your knees are almost touching theirs. Really try to match the regularity of the breathing of the person directly in front of you. Now reach into the chest of this person. Through the skin that is not theirs, between the bones, and find their heart. Hold it with both hands as you continue to synchronize your breath with theirs.”

– MacCallum and Naccarato 2019: 411

As choreographer-composer traversing disciplinary cultures, what we are after, really, are strategies for interdisciplinary collaboration that resist subjugation of viewpoints and that not only tolerate, but rather require critical difference between practices to thrive.”

– MacCallum and Naccarato 2019: 411