'Mats Ek whose ballets could be either appreciated or not, nonetheless it has to be admitted that this Swedish choreographer is a great European personality. He has his own style, easily recognized (almost at once): heavily graviteting movement, characteristic leaning silhouettes of dancers, angular rotations and jumps.
It is also characterized by an immense sensitivity to music. (...) ‘A Sort Of...’ preserves its choreographic tongue but heads, more distinctly towards theatre, and narration is being in built via short, dynamic, fast-changing sequences. (...) This choreography needs dancers of prominent personalities. Anastasia Nabokina and Wojciech Ślęzak (’A Sort Of...’) took their chance.'
Jacek Marczyński: World repeating, „Rzeczpospolita” nr 267, 17-11-2003 r.