THEORY OF DOUBT
The work sets out the begining in the everyday life of the main character and is related to with the world that surrounds it, placing the audience in a temporary bubble that It is corresponds to a specific time of your life. Another symbolic character appears serving as a container of their personal relationships, their routine and their psychology stable and conformist.
The conflict began when a third symbolic character enters in the space they occupy the other interpreters, inevitably attracting to the protagonist toward him and creating a clash between its stability and a new vision and with high expectations of their future.
A story that tells how we are passionate and as the wishes of growth they can end up with many of the elements that are part of our life. A piece about strength, overcoming and the effort that establishes a latent question Can We leave the imperfect things that we love in search of perfection unattainable but passionate?
The world surrounding the work maintains a balance between a comfort zone and a space closed, by establishing a counterpoint that promote the idea of comfort against uncertainty. As if the protagonist is located on a cliff admiring the landscape, captivated by the beauty but a step to lose much. Holding the choreography on a space delimited of which characters not they can escape. The piece seeks to cause, with the help of the staging space sound and lighting, a reflection on how we face certain vital and such dilemmas affect our movement, using the unic code of the choreographer.
Director, choreographer and original idea: Eduardo Vallejo Pinto.
Performers: Michela Lanteri, Valentina Pedica y Eduardo Vallejo Pinto.
Original music and sound space: Sebastián Borromeo.
Lighting design: Kira Argounova.
Production: Batbox Productions.
Project management and production coordination: Diego Cavia.
Video: Belén Herrera de la Osa.
Photo: Alba Muriel Meléndez.
Graphic design: Diego Cavia.
Lenght: 15 minutes.