Figure skating is a collective art
Dance, synchrony, primitive connections. The ice reportage by Dmitry Ermakov
A collective rite, a primordial union of bodies and movements, comes to life in Kazan. It is staged by the ‘Tartastan’ figure skating group.
A fascinating art, in which various bodies merge into a single organism, recalling primitive paintings and releasing deep sensations.
An unconscious union of purpose with a higher meaning. This is the meaning behind the work of Dmitry Ermakov: a socio-cultural project to discover and portrait the intense non-verbal communication in this wonderful sports form.
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