A moving trail of performance artists try to complement urban architecture.

Vienna-based choreographer Willi Dorner will be presenting her public art called Bodies in Urban Spaces in the Lower Manhattan area this Sunday and Monday. This human architecture is made of dancers and performers who will turn themselves into human sculptures that will complement the surrounding architecture, in an attempt to explore the relationship between the human form and the city's design.

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Here's a video of Dorner's performance at the Philly Fringe 2008

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