A front show designed for three dancers in an immersive environment shaped by projected images. Those are computer-generated for the dancers to play with, making up a digital score performed live by a digital interpreter. The performance matches seemingly impossible visions: images look alive while bodies fly, defying gravity. The acrobatic and digital choreography outlines a body language that involves a new relationship to time, space and the whole world. Beyond looking for technical achievement, what matters is the attempt at creating a motion dreamscape by way of images.
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
The movement of air
More magic from Adrien M / Claire B in October 2015's Le mouvement de l'air / The movement of air:
Labels: performance capture