Thematically, and as a piece of art, “TAHE” (“WILL”) has an extremely well-rounded presence, as it exudes the sombre stages of goodbye, a certain air of regret and a chilling feeling. In relation to Keerd's previous pieces, this is definitely the most abstract and intuitive, and seemingly departs from the algorithm of the stage and its signified constructions. From the first, it seems that Keerd has forsaken the filters used for dealing with serious subject matter, revealing themes that were until now concealed in overflowing surreal humour and visually engaging physical spectacle. (Põim Kama/ Postimees)