theballetblog:

Featuring San Francisco Ballet principal dancers Maria Kochetkova and Joan Boada, “Francesca Da Rimini” is an experiment using a robotically controlled camera to capture ballet.

Director: Tarik Abdel-Gawad
Dancers: Maria Kochetkova & Joan Boada
Choreographer: Yuri Possokhov

Ballet Meets Robotics!


make me choose - anonymous asked: colossus or quicksilver?

make me choose - anonymous asked: colossus or quicksilver?

make me choose - anonymous asked: colossus or quicksilver?

make me choose - anonymous asked: colossus or quicksilver?

make me choose - anonymous asked: colossus or quicksilver?

make me choose - anonymous asked: colossus or quicksilver?

make me choose - anonymous asked: colossus or quicksilver?

make me choose - anonymous asked: colossus or quicksilver?

make me choose - anonymous asked: colossus or quicksilver?
somaymalou:

Maria Kochetkova and Andrey Merkuriev in Rubies
Photos: Sasha Gouliaev
Photo Sources: [1] [2] [3]
somaymalou:

Maria Kochetkova and Andrey Merkuriev in Rubies
Photos: Sasha Gouliaev
Photo Sources: [1] [2] [3]
somaymalou:

Maria Kochetkova and Andrey Merkuriev in Rubies
Photos: Sasha Gouliaev
Photo Sources: [1] [2] [3]

somaymalou:

Maria Kochetkova and Andrey Merkuriev in Rubies

Photos: Sasha Gouliaev

Photo Sources: [1] [2] [3]

bodymoving:

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giftedfool:

Edward Watson. Metamorphosis. 2011

copyright. John Ross Dance Photos.

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ballet-fan:

The Royal Ballet’s Edward Watson rehearsing The Rite of Spring.
© Johan Persson
ballet-fan:

The Royal Ballet’s Edward Watson rehearsing The Rite of Spring.
© Johan Persson
ballet-fan:

The Royal Ballet’s Edward Watson rehearsing The Rite of Spring.
© Johan Persson

ballet-fan:

The Royal Ballet’s Edward Watson rehearsing The Rite of Spring.

© Johan Persson