Performative Light Installation Mirrors Human Movement [Video]

Performative Light Installation Mirrors Human Movement [Video]
technology

'Future Self' brought together media artist collective rAndom International, choreographer Wayne McGregor, and composer Max Richter.

Emma Hutchings
  • 15 may 2012

‘Future Self’ is a performative light installation by rAndom International, presented in a unique collaboration with choreographer Wayne McGregor and composer Max Richter, and commissioned by MADE. It studies human movement by mirroring interaction in dance, light and sound, while exploring the present and future self. The ‘Future Self’ exhibition at MADE in Berlin is open to the public until June 2nd, where they can experience how light, music and technology come together and react to their own physical movements. The project film below documents the creative working process:

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