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Alix Eynaudi & Alice Chauchat: Crystalll

Crystalll was originally created as a black box performance, referring directly to the history of stage representations of female bodies, and using light effects to emphasize the magical appearance of an "unreachable being".

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The white cube version invests more on the position of the dancer-as-object, proposing a similar perspective on the sculptures and the dancer. The spectator is invited to observe images, situations, and one's own expectations towards beauty, femininity, and a dancer that becomes an object of aesthetic satisfaction.

Shifting the performance to the exhibition space brings about the spectacular expectations towards art, let them be plastic or choreographic; Crystalll reveals modes of enhancing mystery, producing awe, in the meantime as using them in an effective way.

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