As a choreograper who has also studied Philosophy, to ask myself radical questions has always been the central motivation of my artistic creations: when I met Ko, I realized that his dancing and his teaching were also inhabited by a very deep aesthetic research beyond the form of the gestures. One day, in a workshop, he said to a dancer: “your dancing is too easy to see”, and that sentence was the beginning of my own research. What is not easy to see? Why something is difficult to see and why it is interesting to put it on the stage? How our gaze is shaped so that we can make the difference between what is easy to see and what is not? Finally: how can we observe and analyze our gaze in order to show how it works?