The project “Imprint in motion” is a cross-media work that brings together visual arts, contemporary dance, music and film. The human body in a variety of plastic forms
The project “Imprint in motion” is a cross-media work that brings together visual arts, contemporary dance, music and film. The human body in a variety of plastic forms became its main character and at the same time material. In the space of a classical museum, with the help of choreography, plots are reimagined, consonant with the history of Western European civilization. Diana Vishneva became the main character and guide between the eras and the stylistic directions of dance.
The team of the project was looking for visual images associated with the periods of fine art to which the halls of the museum selected for the film are dedicated. It was important for choreographers not only to feel the energy of the era and convey the sensations that arise when meeting with the works of art of Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, but also to find a conceptually verified plastic embodiment of their ideas. The dance was born in the process of interaction with new music, hall spaces, exhibition objects and historical context. The cameraman did not just record what was happening, the videographer’s point of view was inscribed in the dance pattern and completely depended on the choreography.