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Lampoon / Isabelle Wenzel: «Materiality is often the main inspiration for my embodied interactions»

The plastic forms of the body are the core practice of the performer and photographer Isabelle Wenzel, who analyzes presence, mimetism, and identity through an aware self-observation

Isabelle Wenzel for Lampoon 

Title: every given moment

We had this dry clay and started improvising with it. At first, the clay was still in blocks. We needed to smash it to create a landscape. But the clay turned out also as an element I used while performing, and it left traces on my skin. Materiality is often the main inspiration for my embodied interactions. This time I generate a feeling of transparency by using mimetism.

Isabelle Wenzel

Originally from Germany, Isabelle Wenzel studied photography/art and is also an acrobat. Usually, she sets her own body before the camera. Taking advantage of the self-timer, she assumes an impossible position and holds it until the shutter is released.

Credits:

Photographer: Isabelle Wenzel
Styling: Arianna Bonifazi
Set designer: Michel Wenzel

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