Taking as a starting point the implementation of the physical tools found during the previous research about the physical practice of falling in, and placing them within the de-structured space that I build through the scenographic and expanded choreographic practice, we dived in the affectation between that particular space and the falling in bodies.
At this fragmented universe, built through an interactive steel construction with video projections together with sound and light design tools, we challenged the body to find its place inside that fluent setting through a process of becoming or falling in.
The result became an interdisciplinary piece that is a playful physical and spatial dialogue between controlling and “falling in”, or between balance and uncertainty that happens in a fragmented and multidimensional space.
In this dialogue, both the set space and the body movement vocabulary got influenced, affected and transformed by each other. One can observe how the body movement research affected the design of the fragmented scenography universe and the choreography of the steel construction in the video at the right side
Moreover, if you are curious about how the built performative space affected the body movement choreography, you can watch the video on the top of this text.
In it, tools related to the breathing of the performer and to the re-organization and de-patterning of the body got affected by the meeting of my two lines of inquiry, which allowed the core of this research, the tension between control and uncertainty, to come up.
Therefore, at the end of this practice-led research, I arrived at the same question that was at the time I started not articulated yet but carried through my practice (see Tracing my research path). This time, one could say that I did it carrying with me some findings at the back.
This fact might look as a point of arrival, but like the other anchor points of the always becoming research, it is a fake one, made up for me and for the reader in an attempt to grasp and classify the events of the creative process.
Actually, this practice led me to my next non-stable, falling in research question:
How the fragmentation and de-structuration of the space relate to the kinetic action of falling in? And in which way can I articulate the underlying epistemological and philosophical knowledge of my findings?