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In How to Move Over and Under the body itself is a generative material. While the two architecturally curious bodies measure themselves against the structure, they demonstrate the inherent tension between the straight lines of architectural order and the fluidity of bodies within. The video subtly slips from performance to instruction-giving in order to demystify the process of choreographing two bodies. The performers simultaneously move inside the structure as well as the camera’s frame, which serves as a window that augments scale and shape.

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 In How to Move Over and Under the body itself is a generative material. While the two architecturally curious bodies measure themselves against the structure, they demonstrate the inherent tension between the straight lines of architectural order and the fluidity of bodies within. The video subtly slips from performance to instruction-giving in order to demystify the process of choreographing two bodies. The performers simultaneously move inside the structure as well as the camera’s frame, which serves as a window that augments scale and shape.
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In How to Move Over and Under the body itself is a generative material. While the two architecturally curious bodies measure themselves against the structure, they demonstrate the inherent tension between the straight lines of architectural order and the fluidity of bodies within. The video subtly slips from performance to instruction-giving in order to demystify the process of choreographing two bodies. The performers simultaneously move inside the structure as well as the camera’s frame, which serves as a window that augments scale and shape.

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