(dis)embodied in space

an interactive art installation

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Performed by Ethan Hunter, Kalli Champagne, Emily Graves, Greg Langner, Josiah Pearsall, Montana Jean Smith.

Sound Design: Hal Lambert.

HopKins Black Box, Louisiana State University, January 2019

Performers Emily Graves, Montana Jean Smith, Kalli Champagne, Josiah Pearsall, Ethan Hunter, and audience-participants share space in aisthēsis. Photo by N. Eda Erçin.

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cataract_1_erçin

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art installation "cataract"
art installation "cataract"

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(dis)embodied in space is comprised of six interconnected installations among which the audience-participants were invited to move around and interact freely: 

cataract, un clin du corps, surface|tension, 

aisthēsis, flōt, and ambedo.

Performers Montana Jean Smith and Josiah Pearsall explores cataract. Photo by N. Eda Erçin.

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Each installation explores different elements of virtual touch, presence, and intimate connection between audience-participants, performer-participants, and the physical and virtual space between.

An audience-participants adds their thoughts in ambedo. Photo by N. Eda Erçin.

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The overall installation space was intended to promote a sense of calm, encouraging the audience-participants to explore, play, and discover new ways of connecting through virtual touch.

Performers Emily Graves, Kalli Champagne, and Josiah Pearsall play in flōt. Photo by N. Eda Erçin.

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Images of un clin du corps and surface|tension. Photo by N. Eda Erçin.

(dis)embodied in space (trailer)