First underwater dance and visual performance
Last updated: November 16, 2017 at 14:03 pm
Drops of Breath was created by choreographers Sophie Bulbulyan (France) and Apostolia Papadamaki (Greece). It was first presented at Cape Sounio (Greece) on September 25, 2015. Fifteen performers, including three disabled persons and three children, took part in an underwater dance-visual performance (underwater scenography, costumes and sound) near the ancient temple of Poseidon. The audience could watch the performance in three different ways: scuba diving, snorkeling, or via live broadcast on shore.
Drops of Breath
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