“Sepia dances alone”
Homöopathische Persönlichkeitsprofile in der Tanzfotografie
With a preface by Ulrich Koch
Homeopathy is becoming increasingly important, not only in the public realm, but also in our private lives. With Sepia tanzt allein, photographer Andreas J. Etter and choreographer Andrea Simon offer unique insights into the art of homeopathy.
Expressive dancer personalities embody the fundamental characteristics linked to the various homeopathic remedies. Belladonna, Apis or Causticum are captured in an emotional presentation by the renowned stage photographer, while detailed German texts offer the reader insight into the enchanting world of dance and also provide important information about the natural ingredients.
Sepia tanzt allein portrays 26 thrilling personalities in a dynamic and exciting way: from Arsenicum album to Lac caninum, detailing not only well-known characters, but also new and surprising facets that demonstrate the diversity of homeopathy.
Andrea Andrea Simon is a choreographer, director and author. She studied classical and modern dance techniques in Franfurt am Main. In 1990 she founded Tanzplan®, which has received several international awards.
Andreas J. Etter
Andreas J. Etter was born in Switzerland. With his label hüben und drüben, he is involved in many stage productions in German-speaking countries as a dance a theater photographer. His work focuses on portrait photographs.
A sensational book. 142 impressive color photos with expertly written texts that aid understanding of classic homeopathic remedies from Anarcadium to Valeriana.
(Roland Ropers, The Epoch Times 11/2016)
A work of art! Simply perfect.
(Kirsten Hill, Homöopathie Konkret 3/2016)
Every page will amaze you. The images from photographer Andreas J. Etter and choreographer Andrea Simon are magnificent in terms of their spatial and symbolic arrangement, the photographed dancers are breathtakingly virtuous and beautiful, the texts detailed, refreshing and surprising in all their inflections and their references to the subject of dance.
(Gerhard Bleul, Allgemeine Homöopathische Zeitung 1/2017)