Light Intersecting Movement

Light Intersecting Movement is a site specific dance installation interacting with screens, light texture and viewers at "Drawing Lightscapes" installation February 27 2009 - at Gallery MC Installation By Yael Erel and Avner Ben Natan curated by Dina Krunic.


Choreographed By ann and alexx make dances - Ann Robideaux and Alexandra Shilling.

Photographs courtesy of Naomi Ramirez


Dancers: Ana Daniela Galvan, Mimi Yin, Kate Patchett, Andy Miamotto


Music: Jesse Neuman


The Collaboration with choreographers Ann Robideaux and Alexandra Shilling set up interactive light installations designed to act as a dance space, experimenting with light, movement, shadow drawings, aperture fields and translucency.

The collaboration is a conversation between architecture and dance in an attempt to establish a language we can further build on using the body as a measure and a limit. The installation provide the dancers with a field of play, impacting measure for rhythm of choreography in space. The choreography in tern confronts the space with a human presence – framing its needs and limits as a gauge for an architectural act.

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