In physics and in art, movement begets movement. And when the inciting “movement” is as massive and destructive as the Haitian Earthquake of 2010, you can imagine the equal-and-opposite artistic reaction: a work of enormous creative impact and profound power. That’s a fair description of choreographer Gaspard Louis’ The Trilogy –“L’Esprit,” “Souke,” and “Annatations” – his dynamic response to the calamity that devastated his home country. Now Louis and his Durham-based company, Gaspard & Dancers, bring his distinctive, deeply moving choreography to New York. See what one critic meant when they wrote that his dance “deals with the matters of the spirit and those of the flesh” when this lyrical and deeply gifted company graces Pace University’s Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts.