So maybe co-imagination, as a relationship, is not a creative exercise, but an alliance, a promise without a contract. A temporary friendship for the sake of something bigger than both sides. Which is the production of a story, a text, or a new dance work. Or it could be simply the work you do after seeing someone else’s work. It doesn’t need to be a direct response. But every action and daring of bringing something new into the world has already been influenced, has already been co-imagined, without being explicitly co-created. I believe a lot in this kind of daring: you join, and then there is something that cracks (snap of fingers), and which is really beautiful like a delirium – and through that crack you crack something open.
(Lepecky – interview to Revista ARTA - http://revistaarta.ro/en/the-power-of-co-in-contemporary-dance/)