Vernacular Institute. Mexico City
The choreographic score of Screen As Stage explores the transmission of movements to screens; we reverberate, refract, jump-cut, and juxtapose the projections which appear on the walls of three separate gallery rooms. I was interested in investigating ways in which the camera can take the role of the choreographer to access and elaborate on movements that were once unavailable to the body. Con- sequently, we observe how these fragmentations can dislocate a sense of verticality in the viewer. Offering multiple stages / multiple versions of the same score.
Screen As Stage is the culmination of two weeks of movement research at Vernacular institute. The investigation began with an interest in exploring representation (screen) versus reality. During the course of our research our interests shifted. We became intrigued by the relationship of the body to the camera and the camera to the screen. The interconnectivity between these different modes of transmis- sion are themselves choreographic. Together they form the score to Screen As Stage.
Choreographic Direction: Ana G. Zambrano, Isabel Eatherly Legate and Renata Pereira Lima
Sound Score: Isabel Eatherly Legate and Renata Pereira Lima
Curator: Jo Ying Peng
Camera Technician: Laura Abad
Photographer: Liam Burke
Videographer: Alejandro Marcial
Two performances, 42 minutes each
Go Pro, three mini VCR handy-cams, three projectors, circuit looper, 8m x 8m white vynl, one mirror
1st Gallery: Go Pro / projection 1: ariel view / performers
2nd Gallery: Three mini handycams / projection 2: zooms in-out connected to looper 3rd Gallery: Mirror / projection 3: Go Pro live recording projected onto floor.