Choreography No. 2, Position No. 5 

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Artist Natascha Hagenbeek has a fine antenna for what is going on in society.

She investigates which developments are important for the future. In her work and personal life she questions truthfulness and (re)searches the space for autonomy and innovation within the existing system. The photo’s in the exposition are made especially for the magazine “Thisisnotparis” that Maaike Gottschal published in 2005 for the Arnhem Mode Biennale.The magazinne was inspired by Stéphane Mallarmé’s fashion magazine “La Derniere Mode”.

The serie photo’s is called Strike:Oppose

Strike:Oppose is a slogan I found in ‘Cheap Date Magazine’ last year (Spring/Summer 2004, page 31). The slogan appears in a ‘campaign’ in which the reader is invoked to go on Fashion Strike. I like the ambiguity of the ‘campaign’. What caught my eye first was the slogan ‘look bad, feel good’ – which could be seen as the starting point for the following series.

One pose inspired by Mary Wigman (1886-1973), German dancer and pioneer of modern expressive dance as developed in Central Europe, which came to be known in Germany as ‘Ausdrucktanz’.
Five poses selected from fifty-five positions of uninhibited behavior in public space. Fifty-five pictures were taken of visitors to the public library, they were kept in chronological order and divided into five choreographies. Five pictures were selected from the five choreographies performed on the basis of appearance.

Performer: Julia Stüssi
Photographer: Melanie Bonajo
Locations: Public Library Amsterdam, Maastricht, Arnhem

Work by Natascha Hagenbeek (1970)
Artist Natascha Hagenbeek has a fine antenna for what is going on in society.

She investigates which developments are important for the future. In her work and personal life she questions truthfulness and (re)searches the space for autonomy and innovation within the existing system. The photo’s in the exposition are made especially for the magazine “Thisisnotparis” that Maaike Gottschal published in 2005 for the Arnhem Mode Biennale.The magazinne was inspired by Stéphane Mallarmé’s fashion magazine “La Derniere Mode”.

The serie photo’s is called Strike:Oppose

Strike:Oppose is a slogan I found in ‘Cheap Date Magazine’ last year (Spring/Summer 2004, page 31). The slogan appears in a ‘campaign’ in which the reader is invoked to go on Fashion Strike. I like the ambiguity of the ‘campaign’. What caught my eye first was the slogan ‘look bad, feel good’ – which could be seen as the starting point for the following series.

One pose inspired by Mary Wigman (1886-1973), German dancer and pioneer of modern expressive dance as developed in Central Europe, which came to be known in Germany as ‘Ausdrucktanz’.
Five poses selected from fifty-five positions of uninhibited behavior in public space. Fifty-five pictures were taken of visitors to the public library, they were kept in chronological order and divided into five choreographies. Five pictures were selected from the five choreographies performed on the basis of appearance.

Performer: Julia Stüssi
Photographer: Melanie Bonajo
Locations: Public Library Amsterdam, Maastricht, Arnhem

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Choreography No. 2, Position No. 5 

Standing position, back facing me, weight on right leg, left foot diagonally in front of right foot, left foot off the ground, left leg pulled in (?) (back), shoulders curved, left shoulder forward, right shoulder pulled up, head down, fingers of the left hand folded in a grip (holding a plastic bag), left hand gone, right arm almost gone.

Work by Natascha Hagenbeek (1970)

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