I’m interested in confronting the challenges and related questions about how we understand the body (as oneself and the Other) in our time, about perception in our hyperactive world and about the open principles of collaboration which expand into the role and position of the public as active collaborators in the format of a (total) artistic experience.
The artwork Physical Manifestations, which the artist has been developing since 2012, is a personal investigation as well as a collective field of co-operating and co-creating. How the artist understands the body and movement – as a condition and a consequence – also influences this research. Time plays a key role here. Only time brings us into the process, into the images we can understand as embodied movement through time. The images that manifest their inner realisations.
Every new motif is formed through the process, through time, and, with that, observing also becomes the process.
The maps and open principles of collaborating and co-existing.
We are not only passive observers and overstimulated untuned bodies.
The perspectives of bodily manifestations which are caught in a different mode of inter-bodily relationships, embodiment, presence and bodily images.
The dance-theory performance is structured into a series of situations in which the non-invasive activity of the spectators and performers is exposed to the experiential possibilities of transforming the body into language and language into the body.
The project Physical Manifestations investigates what halts our body image and how to put it into action.