The water races down, through the slopes, through the rocks, through the moss. It keeps on falling, through the rocky top. As it falls, every time, at all times, a shift in perspective.
In this lecture performance, Clara Amaral explores the fall of a smartphone and the shifts in perspective that come with it. Just like a cascade that keeps on falling again and again - downward and onward - Amaral stares into the same surface in order to produce porosity, depth and poetics.
Clara Amaral graduated from SNDO (Amsterdam) in 2013 and is currently doing her MA at the Dutch Art Institute. She is active as a choreographer and writer and has collaborated as a performer with Ivana Muller, Oneka von Schrader and Becket Mingwen.
written and performed by Clara Amaral, dialogue partners: Susan Gibb, Emilio Moreno and Nienke Scholts, sound design by Stephan Blumenschein, stage design by Clara Amaral and Stephan Blumenschein, light design by Mirko Lazović, image: Dongyoung Lee, produced by Veem House for Performance, co-produced by Bâtard Festival, Kunstenwerkplaats Pianofabriek, and ICI-CCN de Montpellier/Occitanie as part of Life Long Burning project supported by the European commission, supported by Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst, residencies CAMPO, Kunstenwerkplaats Pianofabriek, Kunstencentrum BUDA (Kortrijk), CI-CCN de Montpellier. assistant editor: Jacob Dwyer with thanks to: Esther Arribas, André Chapatte, Philippe Digneffe, Matias Daporta Gonzalez, Suzanne Kollen, Becket Mingwen, Steve Martin Snider, Eva Susova, Rieke Vos and Ciarán Wood.