This reel-dance work is about conscience (in Indonesian, it is called “nurani” or “kata-hati”).
I started the work with this premise: what is the basis of human’s morality? Can people be good without being told to be good by any instruction book?
There will be a lot of answers to ponder, from virtues and rationale point of view, and I try to provoke the moral motivation of it through the existence of conscience. Some says that conscience is “a little voice in your heart.” And I translated the thought through a choreography – a conversation between little voice and human – which using a mixture between krumping technique and traditional dance to emphasize the idea of a distortion between a push and pull energy,
Performers/Dancers: Untung Pribadi and Ibnu Sadewa
Camera: Armin Hari
Technical Assistant: Jans Hendry and Edi Kusmaedi
“Deconstruction of Summer” was composed and performed by Iqbal B Karim. Courtesy and used with permission from Iqbal B Karim .
Special thanks to Wahyu W. Basjir and Tlatah Bocah
Original work is in stereo high definition format.