Passini treated these gestures not only as means of expression, but also as an abstract, aesthetically sophisticated language. He took advantage of the narrow space of Avvakum Hall in a very interesting way, changing it for example into a cramped room, where a hushed conversation took place. Unhurried pace of action, latent dream-like rhythm, secret gestures, sophisticated art of movement , all this created a “ritual” atmosphere. Passini used the GARDZIENICE means of expression, but he used them for his own different purposes. He was not interested in imitating Staniewski’s work.
Tadeusz Kornaś , Didaskalia , 57/2003