What reveals the personal experience about dance? Can this personal experience be taken as a paradigmatic example of a whole generation? Is it possible to reflect a common experience in dance through personal details? Which has been the past of a body and which is the place it takes in the present? Is it possible to rebel against memory? Can a body release itself from its past? Can a body try to go away from what it has been till the present? In this case, would this body be closer not only from its own history-story but also from the histories-stories of other bodies?
How is this body related to the topic of autobiography? Can this body exclude its subjectivity? Can this body become impersonal?
The following graphics belongs to Tentativa materials. This is an autobiographic dance solo where the use of the memory is a construction tool and where the body and its presence are considered as an organic archive.
The project works on different issues such as autobiography, memory, subjective history versus official history, archive and inventory. It is a work about memory and dance. It is a work where memories are put in order, classified, archived or rejected from and trough the body
Concept: Sandra Gómez // Colaboration: Vicente Arlandis // Performer: Sandra Gómez // Light design: Hipólito Patón.// With the support of Teatres de la Generalitat Valenciana / Centro Coreográfico de la Comunidad Valenciana, Ayuntamiento de Valencia, Autonomía y complejidad proyect by Artea and AZALA espacio de creación, Cel.lula-Mapa/CCM (Girona, Spain), Les Bains::Connective (Brussels).