For S Magazine, Philipp Bruederle photographed dancer Anne Jung. The black & white photo series is complemented by a film which additionally emphasizes the contrast between the flowing movements of the dancer and the monumental architecture (STYLING: Mascha Möller, HAIR & MAKE-UP: Nadine Thoma, PHOTO ASSISTANT: Max Bastian, POST PRODUCTION: Julian Jankowski).
Here's an exerpt from the interview with the photographer... What does "Shadow & Light" convey? "A feeling... Particularly when it comes to contemporary dance, many try to understand what they are seeing. Some things need not be understood, they must be felt. Anne and I understand the environment as a space which we explore together. However, it must be a space which can withstand her power and charisma. And with which she can build a dialogue." And what role do moving images play in his photography? "I understand both areas to be fundamentally different and, somehow, akin to one another. Cinematic work requires a completely different creative process, a process which gives me an even deeper understanding of photography..."
The whole spread is available via S MAGAZINE.