During a long period of time, I sit in front of a blank page with the intention to make a point.
Then I make the Point.
The rule for my pointing process is simple:
a) I sit and let a desire for making a specific point to surface.
b) I ‘call’ the point by writing its name on a white page (ex: melting point, critical point, meeting point, burning point, still point, dead point, last point, red point, resolution point etc.)
c) I go to the point using different systems of representation (words, images, abstracts).
The Book of points 1 can be purchased. If you would like to have a copy, please, let me know: firstname.lastname@example.org.
And this is a video alternative:
This video is a continuation of my choreographic process composing contexts for the enfolding of a ‘living’ space that modulates asymmetries of presence and attention.
During the process of making points, I was committing in spontaneity, immediacy, accumulation, difference, persistence, repetition, exhaustion, and renewal.
The piece feeds from the uniqueness and complexity of each moment and dances with the question: How to create meaning?
Manual for measuring distance came as a secondary effect of my choreographic process, inquiring into distance, proximity, and their limits as generative technique for new forms of content and structure.
The work addresses the body of the reader and the body of the space. It tries to measure and recompose those bodies; it searches to open space for the enfolding of asymmetries of presence and attention.
While making the Manual, I realized that for me to ‘measure’ means to ‘know better’ and make alive the measured thing or space.
The work composes with the superposition and accumulation of different view points, points of contact, and points of reference. It tries to document but instead makes poetry out of the practices through which I developed two performance pieces: measuring distance and backs.boxes.towels (Dance cure).