i|nte|rruption

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“Just as thought irrupts into everyday life, in history as a process, action interrupts the inexorable and automatic course of daily life, which in turn disrupts and interferes with the cycle of biological processes. […] Action is therefore necessarily revolutionary and foundational […], and the revolutionary and subversive character of thought lies in its irruption and interruption in the flow of time as much as in its subsequent trial.”
–Hannah Arendt. The Human Condition.

 

Bodies and movements in tension between the defined and undefined, identity and disconnection. Bodies that appears as strangers to themselves. Movements exploring their possibilities of (inter)action with the environment, as if the environment were to reveal something of those bodies.

 

Choreography, camera and editing in collaboration with the dancers and Cristóbal Adam

 

Dancers:

Titus Elias Nouwens

Carla Morera Cruzate

Ximena Marván Palavicni

 

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“Así como el pensamiento irrumpe en la vida cotidiana, en la historia como proceso, la acción interrumpe el curso automático e inexorable de la vida cotidiana, la cual a su vez interrumpe e interfiere con el ciclo del proceso biológico. […] La acción, por lo tanto, es necesariamente revolucionaria y fundacional […], y el carácter revolucionario y subversivo del pensamiento reside tanto en su interrupción e irrupción en el flujo del tiempo como en su consecuente juicio.”
-Hannah Arendt. The Human Condition

 

Cuerpos y movimientos que se encuentran en tensión entre definición e indefinición, identidad y desconexión. Cuerpos que se descubren extraños a sí mismos. Movimientos que exploran sus posibilidades de (inter-)acción con el entorno, como si el entorno hubiera de revelar algo de aquellos cuerpos.

 

Coreografía, cámara y edición en colaboración con lxs bailarinxs y Cristóbal Adam

 

Bailarinxs:

Titus Elias Nouwens

Carla Morera Cruzate

Ximena Marván Palavicni

 

 

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