Restricted Space

 

From a month ago, movement research on restricted space, restricted position.
Note to self : restriction allows to find new ways and enable creativity.

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Diethild Meier
1 year ago

Yey! This could be a Corona-shutdown-related project in itself: ‘dance in every corner of your house’. The observation ‘limitation creates new ways’ has a socio-political dimension, too. I like how the architecture is shaping your body!

Hugo Hedberg
1 year ago

Thank you for your work Jeanne! I enjoy how you have adapted your practice to the circumstance and found new and creative ways of moving in a limited space. How you work with nature and your surroundings. It somehow reminds me of this video by the Japanese artist Koki Tanaka. How you work with what you have in from of you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ym0LaSAn5n8.

Keep on dancing!!!

Jeanne
Jeanne
1 year ago
Reply to  Hugo Hedberg

Thank you Hugo! Glad you enjoyed, thanks for the video. It’s also a reminder, we don’t need special material in order to be creative, but we can do with what we have already. Happy pursuing of your research as well 🙂