For those who love ballet, but would never squeeze their toes in those slippers: the installation by the photographer and street artist JR David H. Koch Theatre in New York, gives a taste of feeling as light as a dancer. In the lobby of the theatre where the ballet company performs, a photograph occupies the entire floor.

In it, the dancers appear full size, lying in a nest made of paper. For those who see it from above, it is clear that the image depicts a giant eye; for anyone who is below, they’ll certainly wish for their bedtime in order to ''camouflage'' with dancers. In celebration of the partnership, there will be two presentations, on February 7th and 13th, for 29 affordable dollars.

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