Silvia Pavone took her hula hoops high up on a rooftop in East London and spun up an amazing photo series with photographer Jon Green. Set by Thomas Forsyth.
Silvia Pavone spun up something amazing with LED hoops in black light at the Glastonbury Festival recently. Held near Pilton, Somerset, UK, her “work in progress” performance, which she describes as “exploring jealousy, betrayal and (loss of) control through hula hoop dancing and manipulation”, is a total winner. We love the deeper meaning she brought to her performance too and it really shows how passionate she is about her hula hooping. Silvia lives in London, England, UK, and her soundtrack for this is called “Black Out Days” by Phantogram. You can grab a copy of the song for yourself too over on iTunes.
Silvia Pavone explores movement and manipulation between the human body and the machine in Gynoid. She lives in London, England, UK. Photo by Jonathan Green. A Hooping.org Photo of the Day.