The "Labyrinth" explores the link between process and product, seeking playful ways to visually translate movement patterns within controlledframeworks. Drawing from circus knowledge, it aims for interdisciplinarity, playfulness, complexity, simplicity, and beauty. Through investigating physical necessities tied to movement, like balance and imbalance, it seeks playful forms that evoke both visual and experiential results—traces and events.An abstract juggling approach captures essence: movements, ambidexterity, precision, geometries, compositions, patterns, variations, playfulness, mathematics, lines, and dots. In juggling, danger's absence allows freedom, where "failure" lacks physical harm. Organic, almost perfect structures with "mistakes" intrigue—a human touch. Sharing parts of the creative process engages the public in creation. My proposition aims to uncover new aesthetics, guiding the audience through juggling's intricacies—offering glimpses of the joy and fear in learning circus arts.