OPERA AND STEEL
Opera and Steel portrays the dilemma of an ornithologist studying the effects of oil pollution on seabirds. The victims he records symbolise the efficiency of capitalism.
Schwindt creates a poignant sketch of the relationship between capitalism and morality – and the individual experience in this kind of setting. She draws inspiration from Bernini’s 17th century Apollo and Daphne, a sculptural group in which a single moment in a story is frozen in a marble sculpture. Starting from the dynamic of this frozen scene, she creates a striking overall picture with music, song and acrobatics.
- Format DIGITAL FILE(DIGITAL FILE)
- Color system PAL
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- Year 2017
- Duration 00:53:00
Spoken: English UK