“El haiku como fuente de inspiración para la imaginación y la invención perfomática”
Diana Paola Valero Ramírez / Armando Collazos Vidal / Everett Christopher Dixon (Colombia) Mesa B – Hibridaciones
The problem of combining elements of art from different disciplines, including poetry, music, dance, theater, design and plastic arts in general, to generate a performative exhibition, requires a dramaturgical procedure that allows their interaction.
The bet is for the exploration of new ways of expression and scenic experience that make possible the deconstruction of habitual forms to establish new dramaturgical looks that include, in addition to the corporal and the performative, other artistic expressions. Often the common element sought by all artistic disciplines, the axis of the creative impulse, can be expressed with the concept of image.
With that consideration, from an ecological, humanistic and artistic point of view, the general objective of the project consists of: To design a performative exhibition based on haiku as an anti-literary text, birds as a theme, painting as a plastic expression and dance-theater as a language of the body and as a means to communicate a textuality transformed into poetic intention.