The three languages of the project’s title indicate the itinerant and interdisciplinary nature of STILL_MÓVIL, an initiative of the London-based Italian-born artist Manuel Vason and the Red Suramericana de Danza. This is a project, which reunites within its essence two languages in constant dialogue: photography and dance. With the aim of transforming a dance piece or a live performance into stillness and image, Manuel Vason travelled across ten countries in South America during 2010 and 2011 and was in residences, in which he created collaborative work with fifty artists, choreographers and dancers. The result of this process is an unsettling creative material, which takes the form of a touring exhibition, a forthcoming publication that compiles the images created and a website which records the collaborative process.
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