Taking the central concept of the body and movement, Flux Projects approached me to create a visual identity for their exhibition series ‘Choreographies’ which creates a dialogue between body, technology and space.

The exhibition series showcase artworks in video, sculpture and photography, depicting bodies, whether anatomical or metaphysical, especially in motion. The artworks are exhibited in the space in dialogue with an installation by research-based studio ANOTHERFORM, composed of a large architectural insertion taking its tectonic language from the body and industrial systems: structure, skin and energy.

Bodies can be perceived as portals between inner and outer experiences, and choreography transcends this apparent duality, expressing both our physical and psychical selves. This exhibition investigates the significance of material bodies and the potential of movement and dance through different media.