Astonishing visuals build an optical framework for a multisensory live performance. This unique project re-imagines the Dazzle Ball held at the Royal Albert Hall, London, in 1919. Zig-zag motifs — inspired by First World War naval camouflage — are applied to costumes and set design, playing with audiences’ vision and perception. Read More…
DAZZLE is reviewed at the LFF Expanded in this article in SpringBack Magazine.
“drop the viewer into a contained, alternate reality, obeying its own strange and intriguing physics. How might dance develop under peculiar new gravities?”
Read the review here