So, there is always a lot of reading involved (laughs). We read a lot, that’s why we call ourselves Young Girl Reading Group. And I think, when we reach like the point of that like we feel, there is like something specific that we want to say, like in relation to this reading and like the current environment, I guess, current issues, then like we compose like a text of our own, like from quotes and references. So, there is a lot of appropriation in our work, like by different writers but a lot of our writing, too. This is kind of like an idea that like all the knowledge is shared and nothing is like your own or like there is nothing original, like within artist or within like a person. Everything is like kind of shared within the society, I guess, especially knowledge as such. Like accumulated. (D.G.): Yeah, and a text in itself is also a reflection of this like non linearity of reading that somehow was- is part of the way that we retreat in Young Girl Reading Group. So, yes it’s a bit of a fragmented kind of approach. And then somehow that’s how we come about with a script for a given performance. Like, the text that is the core. In a way I guess, yes, simultaneously we start to think about the setting, the environment that needs to be created for it. And then the movement and kind of image references and yeah. (E.K.): And I guess since that we’re two, it is a lot about conversation, like where we have to kind of like exchange ideas and somehow like be interested in like a similar direction also. In this point, a lot of conversation, what’s important right now. I guess it’s- in a really nice way It’s challenging, because you have to like make someone excited about the thing and (laughs) like a lot of convincing in some way, like in a nice way.