May 17, 2017 21:00
Planimetrie (Planimetry) is a study at three levels on the relationship between space, body and memory, between dance and architecture.
Planimetrie is a kind of emotional mapping of an empty space.
The elements that exist in the formalization of this geo-physics “plant” are: the body movement, sound system (analog and digital) and video and photo fragments. All this is installed in real-time space. Our goal is to enable the public to the process of construction of space, going towards a dimension of “real” performative process.
Low-fi memories, when we did not think to pack ourselves to the next. Memories disturbed by the present time. No decode. Planimetrie is the attempt to evoke an internal, unpredictability of memory, the imponderable reversibility of the tracks, picking up a beginning always the same and different.
A room, the one in which everyone puts the memory of its most profound essence. The occurrence of a specific space such as indescribable, made of distances between objects and proportions between the volumes, and whose final design, however, escapes all the time. The memory often changes the perception of the measures and distances. The body moves to a place of border that oscillates between interior and exterior landscape, in which the central sense of the intimate remains just mentioned, thin.
The sound is a result of the real-time manipulation of small objects, and relates to the continuous movement of the body, entering into dialogue with it and with space. The movement thus becomes a tool that defines the features of a place evoked only.
It’s possible to feel a space without seeing it?