Expanded Fields

Expanded Fields

Sunday, 24 November 2019, 12.00pm

Expanded Fields – A moving image installation with live performance, sound and virtual reality

Collaboration between dance artist Jenny Roche, visual artist and choreographer Ruth Gibson, artist Bruno Martelli and composer Mel Mercier with dancers Kévin Coquelard, Henry Montes and Ursula Robb.
Installation running all day with live performances at 1 pm and 3pm

This installation will invite audiences into proximity with a piece of choreography, to encounter the inner worlds, images, sounds and sensations that dancers experience in the performance of a moment of dance. Film, sound installation and virtual reality spaces alongside episodic live performance will illuminate the ‘expanded fields’ emanating from this dancing moment, inviting the viewer into an intimate perspective on the complexities of individual and shared experiences of dancing together. The creative team have worked with live performance, film, Motion Capture data and sound recordings of the dancers to produce an installation which enables the audience to enter into this intimate perspective on what it means to dance a piece of choreography. The audience can encounter the live performers in the gallery at specific times throughout the two days and between performances can explore the film, sound and virtual reality traces the dancers leave behind.

This project is funded by the Arts Council and supported by the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick, Centre for Dance Research, Coventry University, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Live Collision International Festival and Lightmoves Festival of Screendance.

FREE EVENT: All welcome


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