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Hampshire College • Mettler Archive • Aqua Viva: A Study in Motion

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Uploaded on Sep 21, 2011

"Aqua Viva", 1961. Shot on 16mm film. This film does not contain audio.




"Aqua Viva" is a visual study of color and motion through the framework of the interplay between light and water.

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Barbara Mettler, dancer, dance educator, author, and film and video producer, developed her own style of modern dance, which emphasized improvisation. Her core principles were beauty, freedom, and democracy. Dance was conceived as a fundamental human activity, of which all people are capable, as opposed to an elite, choreographed, performance art.

The Barbara Mettler Archive came to Hampshire College in 2003. For more information: mettlerdance.hampshire.edu

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