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    In this project I am using flowers as a metaphor for the male dancer, evoking questions about youth, decay, fragility and innocence. When a dance… Read More
    In this project I am using flowers as a metaphor for the male dancer, evoking questions about youth, decay, fragility and innocence. When a dancer turns from a boy into a man, he is in the peak of his physical ability. Like a flower in full bloom that will soon wilt, this point in a dancer's life is both beautiful and tragic. Headpieces design by Philipp Shchekin and Anthony Brownie. Read Less
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In this project I am using flowers as a metaphor for the male dancer, evoking questions about youth, decay, fragility and innocence. When a dancer turns from a boy into a man, he is in the peak of his physical ability. Like a flower in full bloom that will soon wilt, this point in a dancer's life is both beautiful and tragic.
 
Headpieces design by Philipp Shchekin and Anthony Brownie