The following video has been inspired by The
Scotsman report 'One giant gaffe for mankind'
about the Nasa taping over the original footage of
1969 Moon landing.
Produced for the Dance Films Association, Inc's
competition 'What moves you? 48 Hour Challenge'.
17th - 19th July 2009
The four performers are elderly people who have
dementia trying to
remember watching the
first steps on the moon by Neil Armstrong.
This video draws an analogy between
losing memory and lost visual documentation
through words and movements.
The trying steps and movements of the elderly
performers and the first step on the moon by
Armstrong as well as losing
memories and materialistic things.
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