Reflection A @ Beate Linne. 2012

Publié le par Olivier Lussac

- LINNE Beate, Reflection A, 2012.

A line consisting of human hair leads to a circular rug also made out of hair. The performer stands behind it, pour honey over her naked body and rubs it onto her skin. She then walks few steps forwards, sits down on the carpet of hair and covers her body with the hair. At the other end of the room, the hair begins to burn. The performer chooses two people from the audiene to assist her. On her hips she sews two red ribbons and walk very slowly backwards through the corridor of columns. She simultaneously chews pieces of coal, stepping onto the line of hair until she meets the burning hair that comes on her way. Whilst she tramples out the fire the assistants cut the red ribbons. She pulls the ribbons behind her and leaves the room.

Reflection A @ Beate Linne. 2012
Reflection A @ Beate Linne. 2012
Reflection A @ Beate Linne. 2012
Reflection A @ Beate Linne. 2012
Reflection A @ Beate Linne. 2012
Reflection A @ Beate Linne. 2012
Reflection A @ Beate Linne. 2012
Reflection A @ Beate Linne. 2012

Publié dans Performances

Pour être informé des derniers articles, inscrivez vous :

Commenter cet article