Glitter fills the air, creating an atmospheric, optical bedazzlement at the moment of Sylvia's death, and transition into Neverland, in the Broadway musical at the Lunt-Fontanne Theater. This piece was named one of The Stage's Best Moments of 2015 by the New York Times Theater Section. (link)
Work from the Air series takes center stage at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics in the form of a paper tornado!
Pas de Deux plays at the Grand Palais in Paris for the 20th anniversary of Eiffage.
Magic Carpet serves as the opening and final closing scene of the ongoing, touring Cirque du Soleil show, Amaluna.
Air Play is a comic adventure on an epic scale. It’s an innovative and spectacular new show for audiences of all ages. Created by the Acrobuffos, the world famous comedic duo from New York City, Seth Bloom and Christina Gelsone, Air Play packs small, plays big and successfully merges the high art of Daniel Wurtzel’s air sculptures with the Acrobuffos’ crowd-pleasing comedy. Anchored in Daniel Wurtzel’s extraordinary and ground-breaking air sculptures, the color palate and themes of the show are inspired by the paintings of Joan Miro and Wassily Kandinsky. (link)
The dancer Ozgecan Tapa performs with Pas de Deux at an event for Mercedes Benz in Istanbul. Under difficult outdoor conditions (windy and damp), she gives an inspired improvisational performance with an extraordinary, poetic ending.
Sejal S Sood puts creation through its paces outlining the chaotic beauty of creation and the cycle of life in the center of Daniel Wurtzel’s dynamic air sculpture. The first phase is that of innocent exploration of the unknown nascent stage, where form is a distant thought. Rhythm ignites the second phase of discovery and intensity, where energy is fierce and all encompassing. The latent chaos of creation gives way to the final blissful realization of life, creating an unfathomable synchronicity between what is known and what exists, and that which is unknown and predestined for all living forms- the end. An end that is not final as the cycle continues.
Performance with paper confetti, bird feathers, rose petals and fabrics for the French television show
Arena show on world tour. Directed by Luc Petit.
Motsi Mabuse is brought to tears.