Rurubu

This hybrid project is a mixture of multiple mediums and exists thanks to the creativity and expertise of the ballet dancers/models Kathleen Legassick and Meaghan Silva, the Japanese calligraphy artist Nobuhiro Sato and photographer Haley Friesen. This series explores multiple forms of artistic expressions in an attempt of collaboration to create beauty, movement and energy.

“I’ve always considered Japanese characters to have a strong resemblance to dancers and motion. There’s something about the sweeping gestures and graceful twists that make the slashes and splatters of hiragana and katana ink characters appear as a choreographed dance to my eyes.” – Haley Friesen

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Hi, I am an art director based in Berlin, Germany. I'm always searching for visual stunning or conceptually interesting pieces of art.

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