The images of bodies are projected onto a glass table covered with fine sand. The hands of two performers move the sand and thus manipulate the position, size and form of the projected bodies; they mutate into all kinds of shapes or situations. In Meg Stuart’s and the visual artist Magali Desbazeille’s video installation, first created for the site-specific project Highway 101, the solid body dissolves in movement and new, fascinating, disturbing or even disgusting images are created. When its foundations are liquefied, the image doesn’t remain a static object. The bodies lose their physical substance and, like the sand, change with every movement and perspective.

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a performance installation by
Magali Desbazeille and Meg Stuart

performed by
Heine R. Avdal and Yukiko Shinozaki
Eric Grondin
and Varinia Canto Vila

music
Bart Aga

video
Magali Desbazeille

production
Damaged Goods