2009 — 45 minutes
Di(x)parue is a scenic essay inspired by phenomenology. This study juggles in between the concepts of the Dasein, of preconceived ideas, of the subject/object relationship and of the separation of mind and body, among others. The piece builds a corporal dialogue between the performer and the spectator in the present moment.
Di(x)parue is a moment between an audience and a woman, who intersect in a place and an hour. One being part of the other. Her body becomes the limit between her and you. In tension in this space of the in-between, she listens and follows a path that traces in search of the rightness, the present moment. She lives the limit and builds, every evening, a silent body dialogue. The shape which takes her body is only a deformed reflection of this encounter. Her body is an empty body, a place of passage, a mirror projecting an image impossible to grasp. This abstract, ephemeral and unique form will disappear with the end of the performance. Di(x)parue is a lived experience.