The Bauhaus dances, created by Oskar Schlemmmer, along with Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky, are a series of dancing performances set within Bauhaus design school.
The dances took inspiration from the architectonic cubical stage space designed by Walter Gropius for the Dessau Bauhaus. Basic geometric forms are performed via human body movement.
The abstraction of complex body movement of Bauhaus dances into simple line drawings gives us inspiration. Instead of using lines, we would like to three-dimensionalize our movements from pt A to pt B into surfaces. The resulting surfaces are to be manufactured and exhibited together, inviting viewers to imagine the original body movements.