In the magical world created by Eva Schlegel men and women are able to fly. Images of people soaring through the air with the greatest of ease are projected on spinning rotor blades. The artist conducted shoots with professional bodyfliers at a Zurich aerodynamics complex. The video sequence is supplemented by quotes from Russian, European and American astronauts, describing their impressions of weightlessness.
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