Video installation Nicole Sayler "Amauros" automatic translate
с 11 Октября
по 9 Декабря
Государственная галерея на Солянке
ул. Солянка, д.1/2, стр. 2
On October 11, Nicole Sayler’s “Amauros” video installation will open in the Peretz hall of the State Gallery on Solyanka with the support of Pro Helvetia Moscow.
Amauros is a series of video works created by the Swiss artist Nicole Sayler. In her work, Nicole uses the method of audio description of space or action, which is widely used in the film and video industry to help people with impaired vision.
Who said that we cannot hear with our eyes and see with our ears? The lack of an image stimulates the imagination and memory of the audience. Hiding musical instruments and other sound-forming objects in a video series becomes the visual and choreographic material of the work. Amauros is a dance experience lived by a person through the organs of hearing.
Born in 1970 in Zurich, she studied at the “Dance and Theater” faculty at the Teatro Dimirei Academy in Versia, Switzerland, at the Flemish Dance Academy, Brugge, Belgium and performed in the Rudra Béjart troupe, Lausanne. As a performer, Nicole participated in various campaigns in collaborations with such brands as Cie Buissonnière, the Teatro Malandro, Alias Compagnie, the Cie Philippe Saire and Massimo Furlan. The artist also founded her own company in Lausanne in 2002.
Image and video play a key role in the creative method of Nicole Sayler. Her research in the field of multimedia, which combines dance and video, has generated a multifaceted dance performance, videos and choreographic installations. Over the past few years, Nicole has created a cycle of performances focused on the interaction between the visuals and sound.