Corinna Rosteck uses photographic and painterly images from her series 'Riven in Time and Orfeo' to create a huge videoprojection... Read More
Corinna Rosteck uses photographic and painterly images from her series 'Riven in Time and Orfeo' to create a huge videoprojection (4 x8 m) on a facade of the altar in a church hall. The unique and constantly changing images, which look like liquid light being projected into the bodies of the dancers as if they were paintings getting into an intense dialogue. In collaboration with the choreographer Macha Melanie and her Compagnie Puls'Art from Montpellier, video images are being directly projected onto the dancers, interact with the present, an effective interplay of the present and the perception, rhythmizing and accentuating time and space. They mark an imaginary time axis, articulating a cycle into a 'moving' future, elastic distances in Time: the breath of the future is in the echo of the present moment."Angelus Novus".