Choros experiments with the historical beauty of chronophotography, where the simplest of movements become stretched, extrapolated, echoed, and decayed in a single passing moment. Created and directed by Michael Langan and Terah Maher. Like watching the waves in the ocean.
More official details can be read as follows:
“A chorus of women are borne from the movements of a single dancer in this dreamlike pas de trente-deux.
In the tradition of Marey and McLaren, Michael Langan and Terah Maher combine music, dance, and image multiplication to create a film that enhances our perception of motion. “CHOROS” delivers a visually mesmerizing narrative in three movements, following a dancer’s (Maher) experience of discovery, euphoria, and rebirth through this surreal phenomenon. Featuring music from Steve Reich’s “Music for 18 Musicians.”
Check out the full length experimental short down at the bottom of this page.
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Tags: Choreography, Choros, chronophotography, experimental, Michael Langan, Motion, pas de trente-deux, Short Film, Terah Maher, VFX