Twosome#1


Stop-motion video and photographs.

Two female performers. Attached to their feet, hands and head are basic shapes incorporating a moving choreography, 2009.

Dancers, Mariangela Tinelli, Mari Matra Larsen. Photography, Tim Johannis


Twosome#2

Stop-motion video and photographs.

Two female performers. Attached to their feet, hands and head are basic shapes incorporating a moving choreography, 2009. Dancers, Mariangela Tinelli, Mari Matra Larsen. Photography, Tim Johannis


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kristine Hymøller’s investigation concerns the way in which we relate to constructional space as a system supporting power, beauty and wealth. Her sculptural work is often built on a range of visual and symbolic models, borrowing from the formal language and color composition of Bauhaus and Constructivism. Recently, Kristine applies performative elements to explore the physical space occupied by the body. In her photo series Twosome (2009). The performers have basic geometrical shapes attached to their bodies which affects the movement and shape of the body and together they become some kind of Bodily dance machine: the shapes regulate the body, forcing it to make certain movements and It is not really clear if it is the body or the shapes attached to the body who is in charge of the choreography.

         Daniella Apice. Apice for artists, Amsterdam, NL


More concretely connected to the body are the choreographic videos Twosome and Olympia Carved Torso - A Drama in Five Acts, Kristine Hymøller. This move figures are given geometric shapes. These dancers are reminiscent of the aesthetics of Bauhaus and Constructivism.

Exhibition "The symmetry of the water"Review: (Helmut Ploebst, DER STANDARD, 12.9.2014)

    

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