A film by Tobias Schütze
Fallen Apart comes as a visual proposal to redefine the roles of image, sound and dance.
Having a pulse of 130 beats per minute as guideline, the two dancers express themselves within the frames of contact improvisation dealing with the perception of balance and displacement, closeness and distance, falling and leaning. The camera becomes an active participant, as it reacts to this irreproducible, ephemeral choreography. The rhythmical, spatial and motional attributes of the resulting image will influence the sound, concluding this intermedial discourse.
dancer: Anett Wolter, Jörg Gönner
camera: Dennis Arnold, Kristin Herziger
edit and post production: Tobias Schütze
music: Teleskop Musikproduktion
(Jonas Wolter, Sebastian Bode)
lightning rental: Maier Bros. Leipzig
thesis supervisors: Prof. Herbert Wentscher and Ulrike Mothes