CONTRAST is a system of relations. A space of continuous imagination, which produces the performance, constitutes the choreography. The imagination
of the dancers, the dreamy visions and narratives of the audience, and the
hopes of the choreographer and other theatre designers and technicians, together become
a rich red and gold triptych, a swirling messy action painting.
|“It was like a big chunk of the year. Eating porridge for days on end. |
I was really poor. I’m always poor."
The choreography would operate in this vein as a vehicle for us, the ‘audience’, to experience the artwork-artists. From this perspective, the choreographers serve the vision of the dancers, as collaborators in the artists' works. The dancers’ performances on any one night, in any one moment, interdependently and collectively, create what we are witnessing, participating in. A tiny instance, or the complete flow from arrival, foyer, entry into the theatre, curtains opening, program, post-performance chats, and the walk back to the little black car, also become part of the artworks.
I want to be in relation to the live event, inside of it, with it, dancing with it.
Terpsichore in upright sneakers.
I moved with Fale, with a feeling of diving into and through.