n. fil·lip (fĭl′əp)
1. A snap or light blow made by pressing a fingertip against the thumb and suddenly releasing it.
2. An embellishment that excites or stimulates: "Spritely tabasco onions, just a little crunch for the top, were an added fillip" (Alison Arnett).
3. One that is trivial or of little importance.
tr.v. fil·liped, fil·lip·ing, fil·lips
1. To strike or propel rapidly by as or as if by a fillip: filliped his finger against my ear; filliped the pretzel across the counter.
2. To stimulate or arouse.
This performance is a fancy of an idea.
Such as a thought or conception, that potentially exists in the mind as a product of mental activity and find its concrete outcome in a plan, scheme or method.
Therefor this performance is a detailled interpretation within the action and the effect of a ‘snap’.
As we find the concept of an ‘idea’ in the philosophy of:
Plato, an archetype of which a corresponding being in phenomenal reality is an imperfect replica
Kant, a concept of reason that is transcendent but non-empirical.
Hegel, absolute truth; the complete and ultimate product of reason
This performance takes the audience into a shimmering moment.