0º - 45º- versão III (1974 - 1989)
Video, 1’59”, B&W, sound.

0° — 45° is a groundbreaking computer dance production, one of the forerunners of the music video. The movement of the whole body is seen through static computer notation. The images of the body are shown only in close-ups, so the complete body image is composed only in the viewer’s mind. Thus, the movement of the body as a whole is the sum of its parts, which are connected only in the mind of the viewer, and never in the video image. The work is a study on the degrees of visual intelligibility of movement, as well as a portrait of our fragmented body images, a consequence of the hectic lifestyle and stress of modern society. As the position of the body is revealed only through the notation of the movement, the viewer’s brain composes the dance performed by the dancer. An experiment on our perception of space and time.

Enciclopédia Itaú Cultural.
The Bat-Sheva Seminar on Interaction of Art and Science (Jerusalem, Israel, 1974), Latin America 74, Espace Cardin (Paris, 1975); Goethe-Institut São Paulo (1975); Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna (Ferrara, Italy, 1975); International Conference Computer & Humanities/2, University of Southern California (Los Angeles, 1975); American Dance Guild Conference, presented by Jeanne Beaman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, USA, 1976); Multimídia, Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado — Faap (São Paulo, 1985); Carlton Dance Festival (São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, 1989); Mediações, Instituto Itaú Cultural (São Paulo, 1997); Precursor e Pioneiros Contemporâneos, Paço das Artes (São Paulo, 1997); IX Festival Internazionale de Videodanza: Il Coreografo Elettronico, Institut Français (Naples, Italy, 1999); Mostra Audiovisual da Dança em Pauta, CCBB (São Paulo, 2005).
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