segunda-feira, novembro 29, 2010


As dancers, we often explore movement through sensation, creating imaginary landscapes that our viewers can only occasionally access. The white background provides a clean slate for the dancers and animators to work, and the simple costume and color scheme remove the “real” dancers from reality, more readily transporting them to the drawn world.

I like how this film exemplifies the power of post-dance choreography. The cuts, angles, and animations have as much (and perhaps more) influence on the work as the realtime choreograhy.

in MoveTheFrame

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