N 40∘ 41’ 16.863”
W  73∘ 57’ 52.026”

The strength of human bodies was tested through the sample of studies that included simultaneous and synchronistic movement of the two. Documenting the fluid, ever-changing beauty of ever-flexible human form.

“Of all the subjects an artist may choose to document, there is none so deeply personal or arguably moving as that of another human being.”
- Steven Sebrin

The research started by the process of defining physical forces interacting with each other between the two human bodies. Through a series of repetitive movements, a dance with a set of selected poses from Russian Ballet, was performed. Recorded movement was transcribed and translated into a linear flow, which allowed to compare sequences and poses individually.

Process was very repetitive and iterative. Iterations formed a linear path of errors and sequential repetitiveness, which was translated into two-dimensional drawings and used as a set of analytical diagrams for structural comparison for physical models.