body image work
[NOTHING for 60min]
collaboration with Matthias Erian.
*[NOTHING for body] is included.
[NOTHING for 60min] is a body image work which focused on body movement combine to live media and sound.
It begins from „NOTHING for body“ and represented by unique language of each artistic expression under the same theme and concept.
It tells about our subjective point of view to the other through the new view of the body.
It changes a perception of the body and harmonized expression between the body, media and sound, not to lean to one side.
Audience will see the same movement images at the same time, at the same space.
But we want that all they have different feelings and images from this work and take it how they imagined.
The subject who makes the images are the audience, not the performer.
The delicate movements of hands and feet which moves inside the body space makes the several images through the light.
And the movements of wrinkle and muscle close-up is shown in real time video.
Recorded soundof the body makes rythmical structure and experimental sonic.
You will see the body. But you will forget that it’s the body.
Choreography*Dance*Live video streaming Howool Baek
Music*Live video streaming Matthias Erian
Dramaturgy Kyu Choi
Light Design Jae-sung Lee
Video Recording Wonhui Jung
Photography Jubin Kim
Co-production AsiaNow (Korea) , EN-Knap (Slovenia)
Support SKE fonds (Austria)
Swedish arts Grants Committee's International Dance Program (Sweden)
Danskontoret - Kultur i Vast (Sweden)
Fabrik Potsdam (Germany)
Tanz Hotel (Austria)
Ernst Erian, JS CLUB (Jung-sun Kim, Jisun Park), Leon Curk, Niklas Ryden, Rosi Erian, Špela Trost, Thomaž Grom, Yoann Trellu
Premiere 10.2012 Seoul International Performing Arts Festival / @Daehakro Arts Theater / Seoul, Korea
05.2013 International Modern Dance Festiavl (MODAFE) / Seoul, Korea - media part, 20min
05.2013 Ansan International Street Arts Festival / Ansan, Korea - media part, 20min
04.2013 Fabrik Potsdam / Potsdam, Germany
02.2013 Plesna Vesna / Ljubljana, Slovenia
10.2012 Seoul International Performing Arts Festival (SPAF) / Seoul, Korea