Today, ‘missed nuance’ a ballet art film project by Niv Novak is unveiled and available for viewing worldwide.
Dancers from prestigious ballet companies, designer garments, exquisite lighting, and state-of-the-art filmmaking technology combine in a work-of-art that showcases the extreme athleticism and sublime beauty in dance as never before.
Featuring elite dancers from The Australian Ballet, Bolshoi Theatre, The Royal Ballet, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo and Queensland Ballet, ‘missed nuance’ uses ultra-slow motion photography to ‘slow time’, revealing a mesmerizing spectacle of dance movement.
‘Missed Nuance’ is a breathtaking study of the relationship between movement and fabric and the role fashion plays in elevating and inspiring the artistry of dance.
“While photography reveals instants of such beauty, ‘missed nuance’ captures all.” says artist Niv Novak.
Curated by costume designer Belinda Pieris ‘Missed Nuance’ showcases the talents of leading Australian fashion designers and couturiers including Akira Isogawa, Jason Gretch, Con Ilio, Belinda Pieris, Robyn Black, Gwendolynne and Georgia Chapman.
Missed Nuance’s original score was created by Melbourne-based composer Troy Rogan who has conceived a sound world reflecting the grace and beauty of the stunning visuals. With a tranquil and delicate tone, the music invites listeners to fall trance to the breathtaking splendor of the slow-motion medium.
‘Missed Nuance’ the movie is available worldwide on iTunes from World Ballet Day – 23rd October, 2019.