I guess, it’s a collaborative method- I don’t know, what else to call it. I mean it really starts in conversation, like whatever we do, it’s a conversation between us. We love to work together and with others. We like working with people. And like seeing, what new comes out of this also. (D.G.): Yeah, we just want to be- I guess open in our process, I guess. Like, not to define things too soon, just kind of see how a project can develop. I guess “Preciado, Paul B. (2013). Gender, Sexuality, and the Biopolitics of Architecture: From the Secret Museum to Playboy. Part of the performance YGRG14X: reading with a single hand VIII, 11.09 – 22.09.2019, Schimmel Projects – Art Centre Dresden” references a lot Paul B. Preciado’s thesis on gender, sexuality and the biopolitics of space and somehow like drawing on this, like kind of specific analyses of historical period like of 1800 and like the relation between like architecture and sexuality, like in especially- boudoir as a space, like where female sexuality and like reading developed in like relation to one another. And the title is somehow taken from the French- the Reading with a Single Hand is taken from the French phrase or saying le- d’une seule main that refers to the specific period in transformation- let’s say like societal change. (D.G.): So, it’s just- we just found it an interesting text that brings together these two things, that like are really important for us. So, the relation of text and to the body and to the architecture also. So, I guess this like co-dependency of these- these three elements, how it developed historically and then how we can kind of use it, as a base structure for creating of our performances. Yeah. (E.K.): And I guess, in the texts, there is a lot of like quotes from other writers that are dealing with architecture and gender in specifically. Also, a lot of like self-representation. So, it’s like, we had this kind of semi manifesto in the beginning, so, like a lot of this like is a representation of Young Girl Reading Group, of what it is. So, mixed together within this piece. And we do write together also. Which is a really interesting method, like, how like you allow yourself kind of to be written over, like this kind of also vulnerability, that like you let other people change like your thoughts also. So, there is a lot of trust, I guess, involved in this. Like, giving away like what you wrote and they can decide, what they can change.