Exposition

BSIDES (2012)

Diego Gil

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BSIDES is a choreographic project that researches the concept of the refrain as is found in Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari philosophy book "A thousand plateaus". The refrain is a rhytmic movement out and in of chaos and between different signs and codes. In its passage from one territory to the other the refrain transforms (transduces) the codes or signs that encounters. BSIDES gives form to the concept of the refrain through the actions of reciting and singing poems and songs; crossing different aesthetic territories. From a single performer with more than 40 years of experience on stage to a group of performers in a process of formation; from an abstract to a pop environment; and from the point of view of self invention to the one of re appropriation. Lastly the refrain points to a common gesture of any artistic practice. It is a song that one sings in order to find some stability, when walking to the unstable dimensions of the unknown.
typeresearch exposition
date14/02/2012
published22/02/2012
last modified15/10/2012
statuspublished
affiliationchoreography, philosophy and music.
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/18164/18165
doihttps://doi.org/10.22501/rc.18164
published inResearch Catalogue

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