Dialogues in unimaginated places
6 Inkjet prints
70 x 100 cm
In this process, more than registering, my intention was to recreate, (re)signify, I wanted to deconstruct the narrative of choreographer Paulo Ribeiro so that I could remake a new relation between time, space, body and movement. In the photograph the freedom of movements in a different stage, in a different time.
As a photographer, I enter a place of many meanings, in which I deconstruct and rebuild what I observe through several image overlays (I select, frame and crop) and place the 3 images (time, body and space) with the different typologies into one, with the overlapping of layers. From here I create a new narrative where the boundaries between work and process, fictional and real, are dissolved, thus being a part of the production process and where I create the scenic space itself and re-place the dancers in another space, through the creation of the fictional space.
The choice of various places in the theater in which several dynamics of this building contrast, equally allowed me to explore results that can sometimes be chaotic and other times be fully articulated, as for example the strings that hold the dancer who is falling, etc.
Dialogues in unimaginated places (pdf)
Support: Teatro Viriato