A continually changing sequence of two circles of light play out along the walls of a darkened gallery space, creating an evocative lightshow of ever-changing shapes, colours, and shadows. Light and colour generated through movement and reflection, emerge and evolve.
The Quality of Being in Colour plays with the ambiguous moment between the visible and invisible. Colors meet on walls where they layer into new colors. Colors followed by shadows sliding over walls to bend around corners once they meet, taking shapes of surfaces and bodies.
This performance installation invites the audience into a contemplating space where one can dive into the experience of light, colours, shadows, sound and architecture.
concept/ light design/ choreography niels weijer
performance charlotte brohmeyer, saori hala, ring 160, ring 175
music michael tuttle
costumes federico polucci
dramaturgy renen itzhaki
object design/creation michael tuttle, niels weijer
created with the support of Senatsverwaltung für Kunst und Europa, Tanzfabrik Berlin