Fine Art America is the world's most powerful sales and marketing tool for photographers and visual artists.
Simply open an account, upload your images, set your prices for all our available products, and you're instantly in business! FAA provides you with an e-commerce website, fulfills your orders for you, and sends you your profits each month.
Schlemmer (1888-1943), a German artist associated with the influential art school known as the Bauhaus, turned to choreography because of his concern for the relationships of figures in space. Some of his Bauhaus dances have recently been reconstructed in New York by Debra McCall, a dance historian. But the 75-minute ''Triadic Ballet'' is the most elaborate work by Schlemmer ever to be staged here.
His costumes, emphasizing such shapes as cones, tubes, hoops and spheres, have been lovingly restored by Ulrike Dietrich. And what astonishing costumes they are! One woman wears a bubble. A man appears to be a marionette without strings. Another man seems to have a snowbank attached to him. The heads of two others peer out from enormous golden balls.
Unfortunately, Schlemmer's choreography for these figures was forgotten long ago and any new production must be based upon research and intuition. The present version, by the West German choreographer Gerhard Bohner, dates from 1977. At least two other attempts to reconstruct parts of the work have also been made in the past 20 years.
Although Schlemmer conceived of his piece in terms of threes as a ballet in three scenes for three dancers in a multitude of costumes, this version employs five dancers (Colleen Scott, Gislinde Skroblin, Peter Jolesch, Ivan Liska and Mr. Bohner). Yet Mr. Bohner remains faithful to Schlemmer by never having more than three people on stage at once.
Some photographs from the 20's show dancers on point in productions of ''The Triadic Ballet,'' and the women's costumes are variants upon traditional tutus - only these tutus also recall saucers and seashells. Perhaps because of Schlemmer's balletic references, Mr. Bohner's reconstruction is essentially balletic in its technical vocabulary.
please comment on this work...i believe it to be a powerful image
nehmen Sie bitte zu dieser Arbeit Stellung,�, das ich ihr glaube, ein starkes Bild zu sein
παρακαλώ σχολιάστε αυτήν την εργασία� εγώ το θεωρεί μια ισχυρή εικόνα
commenti prego questo lavoro� che lo credo di essere un'immagine potente
이 일에 대하여 논평하십시오� 나가 그것을 강력한 심상인 생각하는
comente por favor neste trabalho� que eu o acredito ser uma imagem poderosa
пожалуйста прокомментируйте на этой работе� я верю, что она будет мощным изображением
comente por favor respecto a este trabajo� que lo creo ser una imagen potente
gelieve te geven op dit werk commentaar� ik geloven het om een krachtig beeld te zijn
veuillez commenter ce travail� que je le pense �tre une image puissante
May 13th, 2009
Viewed 845 Times - Last Visitor from Kiez, 12 - Germany on 04/05/2014 at 1:21 PM