Distressed: choreography’s model changes – Vazio S/A

“(…) After all the indecision and dead-ends, the boxes were finally incorporated into the choreography, composing a changing stage design that was altered by the dance. The boxes were destroyed and strewn about the place like mobile objects that changed the landscape of the theater over the course of the performance. Also serving as markers of the micro-spaces that contained the dancers’ movements, these props and scenery started out almost as a city of cubes set out after an orthogonal template, only to be gradually demolished by sweeping lunges and then discarded, until the stage, jutting out over the auditorium, was left completely empty.  ”
In Carlos M Teixeira, Entre, Black Dog Publishing; 2012; 380p.

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