Between the Suns (2017)
Between the Suns is a screendance work that delves into the exploration of sacredness and profanity as contrasting forms of existence, drawing inspiration from the concept of the hierophant, which embodies the manifestation of the sacred. Through gestures, forms, and movement materials, the projection presents a sequence of three rituals, each conveying a spiritual principle and fostering an interrelation between opposing yet interconnected worlds. The installation features a two-channel projection, black and green wooden panels, a holographic screen, and a speaker. The duration of the screendance is 4 minutes and 30 seconds, set to loop continuously. Between the Suns integrates digital choreographic techniques to reconstruct movement materials. It combines elements of performance recordings, archival footage, photographs, and ephemera.