OOZE // interdisciplinary dance performance
Shaping the perception of the spectator, sculpting time, drawing the attention towards the body itself, its flesh, zooming into the skin. A body of sensations - filled with and moved by textures having an urgent desire to operate. Constantly becoming, caught in the process of morphing, free to leave or revive its original shape. How would you move without organs? Lets mould this corporal material and neglect its entity.
CONCEPT / CHOREOGRAPHY // Mirjam Sögner
VISUALS / LIVE VIDEO MIXING / EDIT // Tanja Busking
DANCE // Inge van Huijkelom, Fariza Achoendova, Peter Cripps Clark
MUSIC // Arvid Jense
CAMERA // Julian Jeandor, Pieter Lightfoot, Gerard van Leeuwen
The performance shows dance combined with live video mixing and projections of merged bodies on a 12x7m transparant scrim. Movement took place in front and behind the scrim. Because of this transparency of the scrim, the bodies morphed as layers on top of each other. This video shows a short summary of the whole 30min performance.
Special thanks to Julian Jeandor, Pieter Lightfoot, Gerard van Leeuwen, Royal Conservatoire The Hague and Maistro Jarno Burger