dreamlike dance on the rope
No one can beat Helena Wyder in
the art of descending from a rope. Instead of suddenly
disappearing from view she winds her way down slowly, like a
snake, around the dangling rope. The Swiss artist shows us
wonderfully beautiful pictures at airy heights, full of grace
Wyder dances and floats above our heads. What she shows us on
the vertical rope, with nothing but a light grip, looks
unbelievably easy and harmonious. The speed and elegance of
her movements produce a sense of wonder in the audience that
performance on the vertical rope is as dynamic as it is full
of charm. This Swiss artist exhibits the highest level of
mastery without ever showing signs of strain. Gravity doesn't
seem to exist for her.
Hann. Allgemeine Zeitung,
She hangs from the vertical rope above the
spectators' heads in seemingly perilous positions, going
through her moves up there with breathtaking elegance and
Neue Presse, Hannover
The Swiss artist
Helena Wyder had her body totally under control. She whirled
gracefully and elegantly on the vertical rope, communicating
only a sense of ease, as though years of intensive training
had never existed.
The limber Swiss artist flies around under
the dome of the Tigerpalast faster than Superman - movements
that produce feelings of nausea in ordinary people on the
The acrobat gives a riveting show. An enraptured audience.
Admiring whispers, then thundering applause.
Artistry on the vertical rope that's
vertigo-inspiring, breaking through the observer's sense of
orientation and loaded with speed - that's what Helena Wyder
demonstrates, amidst abundant circling.
This incredible artist is possessed
of great charisma. She shines on the vertical rope in an
exacting, spirited performance.
Helena Wyder's dance on the vertical
rope - powerful, dizziness-inspiring, and extremely
Helena Wyder wound herself supply
around the wildly swinging vertical rope.
shows off spectacular acrobatics on the vertical rope as she
rotates in the air at crazy speeds.