66 minutes, 66 graphics, 66 scarves.
Each piece visualises one minute’s frequency of the music in ‘Xerrox Vol. 2’ by Alva Noto, which is the main inspiration for the namesake ballet piece by Ballet of Difference at Schauspiel Köln.
Each scarf is a unique generative artwork, visually relating to the movement, space and music of this future forward ballet piece by Richard Siegal.
Flora Miranda has created the costume for 'Xerrox Vol.2' as a wholistic concept where the various artforms are linked through creative automation. The audience is given the unique chance to take home a piece of the costume design and let the creation live further in their own lives.
Flora Miranda developed the visualisation of each minute's frequency together with the generative artist Dan Tapper.
The scarves are printed and sewn in Poland
From 100% silk crepe du chine
Finished with a traditionally rolled seam
Size: 75 cm x 85 cm
* 5% of the price will be donated to the support of Ukraine, organised by the city of Cologne.