Exhausted, relieved, energetic or worn out. Nobody usually gets to see how dancers leave the stage after a performance. Backstage, they fall into a kind of vacuum, the empty space that follows after the almost superhuman effort. The mind is still on stage and the adrenaline still rushes through the body. The dancer has not yet switched to the sober reality. Not only the dance, but also the dancer has been danced.
Tara Fallaux (Amsterdam, Netherlands) studied at several art schools in Amsterdam and Pittsburgh (U.S.A), focussing on film installations and photography. After her studies at Carnegie Mellon University she moved to New York where she started her career as a photographer. Since 1999 Tara works as a freelance photographer combining personal projects for exhibitions and commissioned work.
Tara lives and works in Amsterdam.
Tara Fallaux studied film and photography at art schools in Amsterdam and Pittsburgh (U.S.A). After her studies at Carnegie Mellon University she moved to New York where she started her career as a photographer. Since 1999 Tara works as a freelance photographer combining art photography and film projects with commissioned work. With both her photography and her films she won national and international recognition and awards. She currently develops new personal photography projects as well as documentaries for Public Television. New work in those fields stimulate a fresh creative approach of her commissioned projects.
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