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Carnations, Pina Bausch
German dancer Lutz Förster performing sign language to Gershwin’s The Man I Love. Pina choreographed every move herself, although she left him to work out how to link the gestures.

Carnations, Pina Bausch

German dancer Lutz Förster performing sign language to Gershwin’s The Man I Love. Pina choreographed every move herself, although she left him to work out how to link the gestures.

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Kitsou Dubois, Gravité Zéro (1994)Performed at the Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris and the Theatre Garonne, Toulouse
“The unique experience of dancing in weightlessness resulted in a first show: Gravity Zero visualises how it feels to fly. The fear of falling ingrained in the memory of the body is overcome by the freedom apparent in the floating movement and by the release of a body no longer weighed down…
“A poetic space has come into being in Gravity Zero, and it conveys to the spectator the way it feels to fly.”
(via Biographie | Kitsou Dubois)

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Kitsou Dubois, Gravité Zéro (1994)
Performed at the Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris and the Theatre Garonne, Toulouse

“The unique experience of dancing in weightlessness resulted in a first show: Gravity Zero visualises how it feels to fly. The fear of falling ingrained in the memory of the body is overcome by the freedom apparent in the floating movement and by the release of a body no longer weighed down…

“A poetic space has come into being in Gravity Zero, and it conveys to the spectator the way it feels to fly.”

(via Biographie | Kitsou Dubois)

Kuma Guna (1996), foam costumes  for dance by Maria  Blaisse

Kuma Guna (1996), foam costumes for dance by Maria Blaisse

Marina Kanno and Giacomo Bevilaqua from Staatsballett Berlin captured at 1000 fps