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Line dance

photo series, 50 x 75 cm, 2012 

The series explores figures and poses of expressive dance and their effects as symbols of physical and mental freedom. Expressive dancers of the 20s often let themselves be photographed in the context of landscapes, often in front of spectacular lakes or mountain landscapes. Mohr / Lockemann transfer the gestures of the dance, which they perform in everyday and work clothes, into a landscape, which is characterized by production, intensification and optimization. The gestures and their effects are investigated in this new context.