Dancers on a nonexistent stage

The series began as a way to study figures in interaction. I allowed pieces of imagination to act out in my mind. I was interested in the interplay between what I could see in my mind that a figure could do, and then what I could realize on the computer screen, thus the concept of dancers on a nonexistent stage.

By filtering source images from Poser in Photoshop, I was looking for the right emotional tone for each scene. I was imagining some ghostly, and at times horrific distortions, that reveal internal struggles, rather than physical possibilities.