In this project we can observe how things are connected and how they interact. How non-human things can perform for human bodies and what kind of impact they made on them. The interconnectedness of elements, floating around space, create unique choreographic pieces. Then human bodies convert into a audience for performing non-human matter. In Four states of matter choreography leap over its anthropocentric framing to explode non-human matter.A Spanish philosoher Javier García Aparicio said If we assume that choreography is movement, we can say that it is the oldest and most present art form in the world. Heraclitus, one of the first Greek thinkers, states that the essence of reality is in motion. Nietzsche contravenes all the historiographical tradition presents ancient Greek culture as transfixed between two elemental forces: the Dionysian and the Apollonian. The Apollonian is order, measure, reason, stillness, LIGHT, concept, limits, explicit … SCIENCE. The Dionysian is chaos, constant flux, becoming, persevering and creative MOVEMENT which makes forms and swallows them, the breaking of boundaries, the implicit and mysterious … ART. This project aims to break the boundaries of dance connecting LIGHT with MOVEMENT in a unique choreographic piece, jumping the limits of reason and moving into the realm of imagination. The motions of bodies: Four states of matter shows a choreography as a bond of various bodies in relation to time and space. The installation reveals dance as an art of movement, all kinds of dynamic constellations, created consciously or not. It’s about spreading the concept of choreography beyond the human body, including in it the art of structures in which movements occurs; structures and forms that arise as a luminous flux…to stress the relevance of light and space in descriptions of the topography of the bodies.
The installation shows four different choreography pieces created through audiovisual installation and analog projection (Diaprojektions). Each piece deals with the motion of one state of matter, solid, liquid, gas and plasma.