We improvise our dance inspired by the Ikebana, the Japanese art of arranging flowers. In particular, by some aesthetic principles of this discipline, such as the essentiality bearer of elegance.
Our dance will be guided by
- The love for simplicity: in synthesizing movement, it is essential to give value to every single sign that must be cured and rich in nuances.
- The uniqueness of imperfection: imperfections constitute immense treasures during choreographic composition, unique characteristics from which art is born.
- The void: appreciating the beauty of the void in the pauses of the gestures represents a precious source of suggestions and stimuli, allowing us to gather nourishment for the dynamics that follow and for the previous ones.
- The rhythm:the timing of these scores is suggested by the rhythms of nature, such as the time of flowering, the sudden time of a wild animal appearing, a bird or a butterfly; rhythm is therefore also experienced as an element of surprise, in the unfolding of the danced drawing can emerge in the form of an unexpected counter-time, a jump, a breaking gesture, a suspension, a waiting.