St. Petersburg-based artist Vadim Stein identifies as a photographer, videographer, sculptor, and stage designer. His profession as a photographer started shortly after his time at The Theatre of Plastic Drama, a Kiev-based firm the place he labored as each an actor and a lighting designer. Like dancers, the actors in such productions don’t communicate; as a substitute, they have to rely solely on corporeal motion and emotive music to speak and specific themselves. With complete expertise each on-stage and behind-the-scenes, Stein has undoubtedly integrated his ardour for motion in his photographic research of dancers. The highly effective footage current dynamic dancers in movement. Strong, unadorned backgrounds and a stark, black-and-white aesthetic set a dramatic stage and place all deal with the featured figures as they theatrically twist, bend, and contort themselves into seemingly not possible positions. Some topics are photographed alone, whereas others pose in pairs and passionately work together with one another. Whether or not wearing discreet undergarments or flowing, draped clothes, the dancers gracefully showcase the power, ability, and adaptability required by their craft – no words wanted.