"Unending love, or love dies, on repeat like it’s endless" is a choreography that reflects on the relations of desire, dance, fragmentation, love (as communality) and time. The work develops and unfolds through its different iterations.

Alex Baczyński-Jenkins is an artist who explores themes of queer affect, embodiment, and relationality in his works. His practice investigates the structures and politics of desire through the use of gestures, collectivity, touch, and sensuality. Relationality is a central aspect of his work, both in the processes of its development and performance, as well as in the materials and poetics it incorporates. He approaches choreography as a means of reflecting on feelings, perceptions, and collective emergence, while also exploring alternative ways of experiencing memory, time, and change. He co-founded Kem, a Warsaw-based queer feminist collective that focuses on choreography, performance, and sound, with an emphasis on social engagement.