Dance is becoming a little sub-theme here (which makes me think it's really time to see some in the flesh).
My latest: this article about Australian dancer Stuart Shugg in the New York Times. I'm not all that interested in Mr Shugg himself (sorry Stuart) but I'm fascinated by some of the phrases he uses:
On older women dancers: "All those women have incredible history in their bodies. They don’t have the highest legs. But even if they’re not moving like 20-year-olds, they are still incredibly articulate."
On effectively having an unpaid internship with the Trisha Brown Company: "It was worth it just to get that information in my body".
This idea of information and history encoded in the body is one that I find intriguing.