The featured models in the series pose in coherent geometrical compositions, a symbol of the regime itself. “People create a pattern,” says Evelyn. They become part of the overall composition: the architecture and the society. Each person is stripped of their own individuality to become a unified form, creating an absurd platform where every difference is an anomaly.”
The sound of Asymptote fuses digital and analogue processing, extracted from authentic archives from the radio. Evelyn continues: “The acoustic manipulation shifts the collected material into abstract forms, which experiment with the viewer’s perception and invites the audience into this the partially absurd game. Spartakiada, a national tradition with its roots in 1955, included colossal gymnastic performances that used choreography to unify people into large patterns and structures.
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