A dance is an attempt to convey through movement, body plasticity and rhythm a feeling, an emotion, personal experience or to tell a story. A dance on its own may produce in any viewer all different sorts of associations and images. A visual range accompanying the dance changes perception, usurps the situation, provokes programmed reactions and memory patterns, encodes consciousness, thus depriving the viewer of the possibility of personal creative insight. The large number of images surrounding us every day constantly influences our perception and our opinions. But to see - is not to learn. Without a careful personal research or a focus on the difference between "seeing" and "looking" a man in the contemporary world finds himself locked inside a trap of the visual. The video was exhibited in SOKOL CCA Moscow, in "Perception Transfers" exhibition curated by Roland Schony.
Projection includes images found via Google Images and the author's family archive.