Friday, 25 November 2011

Flow and interruption 4: internal image and external triggers

Working with a partner/witness the purpose of this task is to develop and maintain an internal image whilst paying attention to multiple layers of information and responding to 'instructions' that are intended to expand the improvisation and the territory of movements emerging.

Both the partners give and respond to the agreed 'instructions', here they are:
stay with that

Video: Two versions of the improvisation are edited together, cross fading between moments. Here the cameras position, depth of field and relationship to the dancer are also altered in relation to the same instructions.

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