Cinq méditations sur la beauté is a performance by choreographer and dancer Michaël d’Auzon, based on the self-titled book by philosopher François Cheng. It talks about human and his place in nature, in a taoist way. For the visual identity, parts of choregrapher’s body are used as rubber stamps to create several “human landscapes”. As clouds could sketch a cat or a rabbit, some forms appear here : stones, trees, creek… The type is straight but organic, so it fits well with those abstract forms and black and white spaces.
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