Something we realized early on about Double Exposure is that, unlike our previous work, it felt really important to document the process and share it along the way. The creative process is as much a part of the project as the final product.
Sometime early on in the project, Christy Bolingbroke (Director of ODC Theater) introduced us to Hillary Goidell, a photographer who, among other things, had been collaborating with movement artists on photographic documentation in both the US and France. We had no idea what to expect, but sometimes instincts are all you need.
Hillary is incredible. Even though each process depicts the same dancers, the same or similar spaces, and the same overall project, we look at her images, and we can feel the unique vibe in the room. She’s come to four sessions so far, and her still images transport us instantly back into working with each specific artist.
Check them all out here. More coming throughout the process.