On stage // Chocolate & Hoop
The performer licked the hands of the sculptor. The chocolate melts on the performer’s skin with every twirl of the hoop, with every twirl of the hoop, with every twirl of the hoop, with every twirl of the hoop, with every twirl of the hoop.
A visual artist sculpted a hoop with chocolate and plastic. The equipment made out of chocolate melts away along with the movement of the performer. The air is hot, the chocolate smells sweet. The melted chocolate transplants the equipment onto the performer’s skin.
The sculptor sculpts. The equipments come and go. It’s the twirl of the hoop. The hoop smears the performer’s body in chocolate. We know this is a half-naked female body covered in chocolate. So what? Let’s talk about it.
Performer: Miradonna Sirkka with one hoop.
|Duration||10 minutes (can be performed a 1-2 times during an event at 2 hour intervals)|
|Equipments||One hula hoop|
|Sound||P.A. system is required. The P.A. should be a high quality one with sufficient power to supply a clean, undistorted sound.|
|Audience||Circular or frontal public. No interaction. All ages. Suitable for 1-100 people.|
|Location||Warm indoor space, the warmer the better. We prefer a glass box in the heat of the Sun. Chocolate will make a small mess on the floor.|
|Space||Minimum 3 x 3 meters wide, and 2,5 meters high|
|Preparation||2 hr to build up, 1 hr to take down.|
|Other||Space for warming up|