I saw David Gordon's Dancing Henry V at @theclariceumd in college. The dance astounded me. His work is pedestrian and the dancers/collaborators are craftsmen. Costumes are found at thrift shops and a metal folding chair is his preferred set piece/prop. Each movement and word is delivered so honestly and clearly. His "Archives" are at the New York Public Library at Lincoln Center. It's what I imagine being in his head is like. Every surface is covered with photos, notes, costumes, set pieces, and video. We try to deconstruct the creative process to numbered steps and single exercises. But I think maybe this is more what that process is actually like- everything in your brain is in one not-so-giant room, and depending on where you stand, a different story emerges.