"Mourning for a dead moon "
a choreographic performance fusing dance, sound, design and digital projections
directed by Johannes Birringer & Michèle Danjoux
Saturday, December 7, 2019, 7:30pm
Antonin Artaud Theatre, Brunel University London - UB8 3PH
Tickets: Free Admission. House Opens at 7:15pm
Telephone: 01895 267343 for Info. No reservations are necessary
"Mourning for a dead moon" explores the layers of perceptions in an audiovisual
world that is under pressure.
An international collaboration created by DAP-Lab and directed by Johannes
Birringer, "Mourning for a dead moon" is a choreographic performance work
featuring a range of visual, subliminal-subtextual and thematic allusions to
the climate catastrophe, to our polluted environments and endangered lifeforms.
The performance ideas and design concepts are directed by Johannes Birringer
and Michèle Danjoux, with choreography by Zhi Xu, Macarena Ortuzar, Yoko
Ishiguro & Helenna Ren.
Live music and sound processing by Dee Egan and Louie Marlow.
Costume design by Michèle Danjoux.
Video and 3D digital designs by Johannes Birringer.
Scenography & lighting by Johannes Birringer and Charles Manister.
Additional engineering and design prototypes by Maria Dada & Ragnar
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