Choreograph in James Welling.
For me, the exhibition in David Zwirner was much interesting. James Welling focused on movement, and he showed various motion through coloration. Those works give me fantastic feeling, like I went in mystery space. In addition, multilayered color images have strong attention. When I saw his works, complementary colors, such as green and red or blue and yellow, gave rhythmic movement.
For example, one of his works (above picture) showed the most mysterious mood and lyrical movement by matching complementary colors. On the right side, one dancer who wears a black skirt seems to settle in the mysterious forest. And the black skirt is in harmony with yellow background even though those colorations complement each other. In addition, blue and yellow well fit on background. All of those elements makes his works strength, which viewers are able to figure out movement through his art languages.
However, he mentioned that he wanted to show viewers that dancers move on stage where are both building and nature. I could read nature through his images, but I could not feel building into his art works.
I think that the coloration of his works and movement are well adopted via his languages. He succeed in aesthetical view, at least.