May 8, 2012 20:30
Footholds, concatenations, analogies that we recognize in dance gestures to approach what is still unexpressed and unexpected, that permits us to be on the same page and create a sort of refuge.
The performance’s aesthetic line is an extemporary composition, an improvisation where every encounter between public and performer gives life to a new context. If we try to apply rules, every moment of the performance will have its own, even when presenting aspects of reasonable affinity.
COME is a performance in which analogy becomes an illogical procedure.
We constantly depart from that which we know to open ourselves to that which is new and unexpressed. Through a process of comparison little by little the new appears as is similarly so with dance or music languages. The context comes about through adequate answers of recognition as we gain a foothold of something; it can be a movement, a sound, and an expression that activates the communication.