It all began about 25 years ago in Paris when Tim Veach visited the museum of August Rodin, and saw a sculpture of two lovers embracing called “Sakountala” by Rodin’s lover, Camille Claudel.
Veach immediately bought a print of it, rolled it up, and brought it back to the U.S.
Inspired by Claudel’s ability to infuse the illusion of motion into a static sculpture, Veach, an Ohio State alumnus and founder and artistic director of Columbus Dance Theatre, choreographed a ballet in honor of Claudel in 2014.
“Claudel” is one of many things Veach has done because of the university fellowship he received from OSU.
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