Humana

Playing between reality and surrealism, bodies are alienated so that the line between spider and human becomes blurry: has the spider become human or the human an animated animal?

Program: Mirror, Mirror

November 8, 2019 3:00 pm

Art / Experimental

Director(s): Paulina Rutman
Choreographer: Paulina Rutman
Country: Chile
2018
Runtime: 5:25
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Humana is a dance film that imitates the body language of spiders and explores the idea of film editing as a primary tool for the choreography. Juggling with the numbers “4” and “2”, the result is 16 frames where the possibilities of choreographic composition are explored. This mathematical game amplifies possibilities, creating unlimited dancers, movements, effects and times.

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