Sunday, August 14, 2005

the theatricality of the performative gaze

“…The dancers simultaneously undergo a relationship with their body as Other, with the crowd that watches, and with the Other as a set of symbolic codes and rules inscribed in the Amalienborg situation. This interpellation asks him or her to fulfill a function, to assume a role as dancer during the time spent on the Square…”

A panoramic surveillance-camera scoop of Space and Composition workshop 4 participants, lead by Dr. G. Siegmund, at the Royal Amalienborg Square in Copenhagen. Registered by Sam R., while Kassandra W. rigidly closed the gaze-axis gap with her Camcorder. Click on the image, or enter the Amalienborg square here

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