Seeing and being seen
Research project at Erika Klütz School, Hamburg (2015)
How does a historical image translate physically into movement?
Movement is ephemeral, the opposite of a two-dimensional
painting. How does perception change when we depict a
flatl image into a three-dimensional
reality? What does (live) re-enactment mean today?
The improvisation draws on the play with representation of these images.
Dancers: Paulina Porwollik, Alexander Varekhine, Ayla Buchholz,
Lidia Thiessen, Lisa Giebel, Laura Krahn, Olga Klein