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Beyond the Scene is a reimagination of BTS’s signature dance movements as seen through projection mapping. Large scale projections capture key movements in the septet’s choreography, performed by dancers behind white fabric. The figures’ limited silhouettes might appear anonymous and abstract, but with time shapes and forms are brought together to populate the space – like a metaphor for how the seven band members build BTS together with the support of their fans, known as A.R.M.Y. This projection mapping work may be understood in terms of either “persona” or “identity” because of the way it simultaneously conceals and reveals.
Janssens's installation piece of blue and yellow paraffin smoke, Daylight Blue, Skyblue Medium, Yellow (2011), was included in Dynamo: A Century of Light and Movement in Art, 1913–2013 at the Grand Palais in Paris.
In 2013 she created colorful light installations for the Chapelle Saint-Vincent in Grignan, France.
Janssens worked together with the Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker on different occasions. Janssens created the lighting for De Keersmaeker's choreography The Song. For De Keersmaekers choreography Cesena, where the set was stripped to its bare walls, Janssens introduced subtle lighting.
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