GSHARP is a collaborative performance dance piece
installation exploring subjective & objective containment, referencing
energy in terms of electricity resonating as Gsharp. Moving in &
out of the confines and securities of personal space, the artists movement
works from the trust that the body has its own intelligence and experience.
It explores and reflects the landscape where the boundary between physicality
and the mind is challenged.
The work comprises 4 elements – a dance piece of approx 20 mins.
performed in 2 parts [4pm & 7pm] together with a video film piece
and a soundtrack. Performed within a space containing a site-specific
durational installation based on sound & video film [changes facilitated
by visitors to the piece.]
The dance piece by Yumino Seki, physically performed in a dark space,
defined by projected lines and shapes, draws on tension creating boundaries
formed by electrical energy manifesting through & from the organic
The video piece creates physical /illusionary space using lines and
shapes of projected light as a framework for the dancer to respond to.
The soundtrack, references industrial sounds and Gsharp the resonance
at 50HZ of mains electricity in UK & develops the idea of containment
within a physical space and isolation within a mental space. The installation
is a video piece referencing the changing perceptions of personal and
physical zones- isolation and suffocation / safety and security. Using
the textural, visual and audio qualities of the physical space.