“it’s ok” is a sequence of events guided by the constant affirmation. “it’s ok” is the exploration of the potential contained within a word, a movement, a gesture. “it’s ok” is ok because it repeats, because it constantly reiterates itself, because it freely flows through associations, because it always fits in any context and because of that it is always ok even when it’s not ok.
When “ok” repeats, it brings into play the complex field of relations that it originates in space and time, the phase space, the network of word-gestures that is continuously morphing. The present, the past, the audience, the performer, the animal, the word, the context, the expectation, the movement, the choreography... The only invariant is the constant affirmation, which produces the possibility for the continuous action and sustained attention. It demonstrates the pure affirmative driving force contained within any narrative when it’s not subject to any power relations or external agenda, but is instead allowed to move freely through the multiple possibilities that never are but are always becoming. The constant affirmation celebrates instability, transversal movement, and fluidity as the vehicles for self-perpetuation.