“My art has always been a celebration of what I notice and what I care about.  My surroundings spark curiosity and show me the joy and wisdom that can be found in the forces of our natural world— which can transcend our day-to-day concerns.  Responding to the flow forms of nature and the language of gesture has been my passion.  Now, since my stroke, I have been given the opportunity to do more observing than herding people. Much like my choreography I’m fascinated with sequences. And now, more than ever, I’m aware of the need to leave less of a foot print—leading to my own simple ways of framing work with what’s around.” 

— Carol Langstaff