This project started at Makers Intensive at Dansmakers and it was presented at Uitmarkt Festival and PUNCH Festival in Amsterdam. The piece was selected to Aerowaves as priority companies 2013. It was showed an adapted version for Van Gogh Museum and took part of I like to watch too Festival/Julidans. It has also been presented in Frankfurt as part of residence in Zzentrum and at Festival Contemporaneo de Danca in Sao Paulo.
Spending time together. Dismantling identities. Dis-establishing normality. Reaching impossible states. Unknown experiences. Body and environment, environment and body: Painkillers, Facebook, Apocalypse. My body is the place where the other could be.|| to re-posses our (im)possible bodies|||
The distribution of the sensible reveals who can have a share in what is common to the community based on what they do and on the time and space in which this activity is performed. The Politics of Aesthetics, Ranciere.
The things of the perceived world are manifest to us in experience, and not substances hidden behind a veil of appearances. Their meaning (work of art) is what is given in our experience of then. Phenomenology of perception, Merleau-ponty
.whatdowefinallyshare. is a dance performance that investigates the idea of ‘being together’. The three performers place their body in a journey within extreme relations. The body is the place where the other could be. What do we produce, distribute and experience, as individual and collective, and how does it affect us? .whatdowefinallyshare. by the young choreographer Belfiore focus on the relation in between the audience and the performers trough the bodily experience. Intense and with humor, the performance produces strong images and mixes classic music, pop and visual arts.
Concept and Choreography: Fernando Belfiore; Creation and Performance: Andrius Mulokas, Valentina Parlato and Fernando Belfiore; Dramaturgical Eye: Katarina Bakatsaki and Suzy Block; Sound advice and technical support: Tian Rotteveld; Sound Collage and Light design: Fernando Belfiore; Thanks to Federico Bonelli, Riccardo Guratti, Elien van Riet and Zeynep Gunduz; Production: Dansmakers Amsterdam with the support of Amsterdam Funds for the Arts, Funds for Performing Arts and Z Zentrum für Proben und Forschung Frankfurt; Photos: Thomas Lenden – Amsterdam , Jonia Guimaraes – Sao Paulo , Boy Jomer , Paradiso Amsterdam