Friday, 25 November 2011
Flow and interruption 5: complexities
Developing upon the previous post/task, here the complexities become greater as the instructions are linked to random external sources (sounds, light changes etc).
Requiring multiple levels of attention - internal and external, aural and visual, the task is to maintain the sense of flow, the internal connectedness to image, whilst being open to layered external sources surrounding you and, here being purposefully brought into the improvisation.
Video: two version of the the improvisation are here linked together, in which both the dancer and camera respond to the complex layers of 'instruction'.