Who influenced Loie Fuller?

While rehearsing the film Quack M.D Loie Fuller was influenced by the billowing folds of transparent China silk. She began experimenting with varying lengths of silk and different coloured lighting and gradually evolved her “Serpentine Dance” which was first presented in New York 1892.

Loie Fuller (born Marie Louise Fuller; January 15, 1862 – January 1, 1928), also known as Louie Fuller and Loïe Fuller, was an American actress and dancer who was a pioneer of both modern dance and theatrical lighting techniques.

Beside above, when did Loie Fuller die? January 1, 1928

Similarly, what was Loie Fuller’s contribution to modern dance?

Loie Fuller, the pioneer of modern dance, performed like a dancing angel. Loie Fuller was one of the most innovative artists of the 20th century. She established a brand new genre of performance by combining modern dance techniques with dramatic lights effects.

When was Loie Fuller born?

January 15, 1862

Which choreographer was inspired by seeing a version of the dancing maiden at the dojo temple at the Paris Exposition in 1900?

Fuller’s serpentine motif is also visible in much of the decorative imagery of Art Nouveau. Like many of her contemporaries, Isadora Duncan felt the draw of Europe and soon she left for London and then Paris where she first saw Loïe Fuller dance at the 1900 Universal Exposition.