Aporetic De/Con is a piece for three dancers. It was made in 2009 and presented on 4th and 5th of December in Muiderpoort Theater in Amsterdam. The piece is based on the idea of a constant construction and deconstruction, which, in fact gives an effect of a constant transition and metamorphosis.
The bodies of dancers mark the space, leaving the movement traces... The object(s) helps to make it more visible on one hand, and on the other, they shape the bodies and influence the imaginary of a spectator. Its aleatory disposition in the space creates, as much as the composed use of it, the possible associations or images in the audience's minds. It creates the space, emphasising how it can change and be transformed. It allows to the 3D become a tactile element of the composition.
This is a perfect balance in between the object(s) and the body, both creating a form and in the same time modifying it, decomposing and transforming immediately towards a new one that is never getting completely finished and fixed.
Aporetic De/Con works also with the idea of doubt, being seen as something that makes things move and never lets them establish; as a motor that pushes to ask questions, and to multiply the analysis; as a never ending sequence.