I looked for information in the book Pina Bausch Dance Theatre, and tried to understand the key themes that her work explores and what drove her choreography. Here are some that I feel expressed her work the best:
“I'm not so interested in how people move as in what moves them.”
"has produced a body of work unique in its dark power and imaginative scale. The pieces are surreal and dreamlike, intensely detailed in construction" http://www.theguardian.com/stage/2008/feb/17/dance.modernism
Her performances are about human beings and how they relate with society, about the experiences- above all those of the body- accumulated since childhood.
"Love and happiness, desire and loss, memory, dream and reality"
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