by Marlene Foth
A choreographic exploration of the ecdysis process.
A procedure in which reptiles and arthropods shed their old skin and discard their outgrown layers. Snakes and various insects must undergo this transformation several times throughout their lives, as it is necessary for growth. However, the process is neither easy nor fast. It takes time, energy and the right circumstances. Once the process is complete, the body is not only stronger and healthier, but lighter and freer.
Director and Choreographer : Franka Marlene Foth / @frankamarleneka
Dancer: Amalie Stitz / @amalie_stitz
Music: Bianca Scout, Jacob Samuel
Director Of Photography: Ashton Carlisle Green
Camera Operator: Daniel Merget
1st AC: Joachim Neumann
2nd AC: Vanessa Mihali
Styling: Lilo Klinkenberg
Editor: Ashton Carlisle Green
Colorist: Manuel Portschy
Photographer: Frangipani Beatt