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    |ITA| Ljós è la traduzione del contenuto latente del sogno, in un contenuto manifesto. Il corpo è il mezzo attraverso il quale si esplorano le co… Read More
    |ITA| Ljós è la traduzione del contenuto latente del sogno, in un contenuto manifesto. Il corpo è il mezzo attraverso il quale si esplorano le connessioni di luce suono e movimento portando lo spettatore in uno spazio irreale rarefatto e disorientante. Live Media Performance basata sull’interazione in tempo reale tra i movimenti del corpo, il suono e elementi grafici generativi proiettati. Durata: 15 minuti | ENG | Ljós is the translation of the latent content of the dream, in a manifest content. The body is the medium through which we explore the connections of light sound and movement bringing the viewer into an unreal space, sparse and confusing. Live Media Performance, based on the interaction in real time between the movements of the body, sound and graphics generative projected. Artwork By fuse* Dancer and Choreographer: Elena Annovi Production: FUSE*INTERACTIVE Read Less
Ljós (Icelandic for ‘light’) has been conceived in continuity with the research carried out by fuse* in the field of digital and performative arts, which explores the deep connection between light, space, sound and movement. In Ljós, the performer is the means that allows the viewer to access a surreal and dreamlike space, a dimension with no gravity nor time, made by sounds and images reacting and interacting in real time. A shape-changing universe, which evolves from amniotic fluid in the beginning – protecting and supporting the performer – to the setting for violent explosions and transformations later – leading her to a direct contact with ground and Earth.
In Ljós, the movements of the performer echo throughout the space, moving lines, 3dimensional grids and masses of particles lost in the obscurity.

Praised for its capability to lead the viewer into imaginary and remarkable worlds, Ljós aims at connecting digital and real. This is made possible by a software which modifies in real time all scenic elements accompanying the interpretation by performer Elena Annovi. fuse* came to this result after a long period of research, experimentation and rehearsing, an extensive effort necessary for producing a truly immersive experience, strictly in real time.

“We wish every performance were this mesmerizing” — Huffington Post
“Strives to stun its viewers with the ideology that less is more” — Creators Project
“This is one of those art installations that opens your mind” — Digital Canvas
“A stunning example of how light, sound and movement can interact to create an art form of its own” — The Future of Light
“A seamless combination of technology and dance” — CNet

More info on fuseworks.it/en/project/ljos_en/