Omar Z. Robles, who is photographer, tries to lure everyone to dance in streets. However, this is not as gracefully as the ballet dancers. They got flitted around crumbling brickwork strewn and garish graffiti. In the Instagram hashtag #ozr_dance, there showed the jumped and pirouette compromising in the most unusual of background. Note that this is very strange union of the dancing arts linked with photography.
Omar Z Robles has been well known as a photographer who always devoted his work to capture the ephemeral moment. With his study in L’École Internationale de Mimodrame de Paris Marcel Marceau, he loved photography later on and next fell in love with its capacity, capturing and immortalizing the moment. He was also fascinated with the human body, so it made him to say “bound by connectivity between reason and form”. Note that the street ballet initiative has been a natural evolution of these notions. He gave his idea to Mashable “I’m in love with how you can express and create all these beautiful lines and movements with just the human body”.