The project is based on a research that studies problems about lack of definition in relation to body and identity, temporality and meaning. The starting point of the artwork is the soundtrack of David Lynch´s mystery film Mulholland Drive. How can we use the soundtrack of the film as a choreographic partiture? We use dubbing, synchronization and transcription as mechanisms for the creation system. Based on the dialogues, the melodies and the incidental sounds we translate scenes into the choreographic work. We develop scores with different time units, in which the game between movement, sound and text disassemble the film sequence creating new meanings or fading them. We question the role of the body as a subjective mediator between the film track and an audience.
The material it has been developed in the context of PACT Zollverein together with Catalina Fernández, Alex Viteri and Maya Weinberg.