Aeri Kim | Backstage Project

Aeri and I met at the S-Bahn station Hackescher Markt. I waited upstairs and she downstairs. The funny thing is, I thought I had seen her leaving the train but then she was gone all the sudden. I thought it was funny because I thought I had seen somebody who might be a ballet dancer by the way she moved, not because I recognized her face. One of the side effects of this project seems to be that I learn something about ballet :-)

Aeri had been shopping and presented herself in her nice new dress. We walked over to the Museum Island and ha a quick coffee on the way. We started at the back of Pergamon Museum. We had nice light, there were not too many people. Good conditions to start a shooting when you don´t know each other.

(Nikon F4)

CORPS DE BALLET

born in Seoul, Korea

BALLETTEDUCATION
2000- 2001 Sunhwa Arts School 2001- 2005 Kirov Academy of Ballet, Washington DC

COMPETITIONS | AWARDS

2nd Place at the Fukuoka International Ballet Competition Silver medal at the Seoul International Dance Competition 2005 Korea Gold medal at the Dong-A Dance Competition

ENGAGEMENTS

2009 – 2010 Opéra National de Bordeaux Since 2010 Staatsballett Berlin

REPERTORY

a.o. Marius Petipa´s “Sleeping Beauty“(Fairy); “Giselle“(Myrtha and Bathilde); “La Bayadére“ (3. Solo, shade, indian drum dance, 4.Bayadere and lead scarf); “Don Quixote“(street dancer, Mercedes, Solo- Part, fairy); “Swan Lake“ (Spanish fiancé); “The Nutcracker“ (snow, Arabian, Spanish und Russian dance), Nacho Duato´s “Multiplicity. Forms of silence and emptiness“and “Duende“, Ohad Naharin´s “Minus 7“, Kenneth MacMillan´s “Romeo and Juliet“ (Lady Capulet, Juliet´s friend, Harlot), John Cranko´s “Onegin“, Jean-Christophe Maillot's "Altro Canto" ("Maillot | Millepied")

REPERTORY IN BERLIN

Nacho Duato´s “Herrumbre”, George Balanchine´s “Jewels“ (Emeralds, Diamonds

OTHER PARTICULARIES

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