13 May 16: the landscape may be a dead star @University of Sussex
the landscape may be a dead star is a durational performance based on Heiner Muller’s Medea Material, Despoiled Shore and Landscape with Argonauts. The audience is invited to explore a deconstructed space where three individuals play, read, act, sing and more.
the landscape may be a dead star is an alive performance organism. It evolves as the performers receive tasks from a computational system that reacts to the audience’s presence and movement in the space.
This performance is one of the experiments of a larger scale practice-based research on interactive music theatre. It is devised by Thanos Polymeneas Liontiris (currently Phd candidate at University of Sussex), with the collaboration of Theresa Elflein, Nikos Antonopoulos, Arthur Leadbetter and M. Eugenia Demeglio.
Due to the nature of the landscape may be a dead star the audience will be asked to access the space maximum 5 people at the time. Please be prepared to wait a little. Note that audience can come and go as they please.
Where? Creativity Zone – Pevensey III Building – University of Sussex
When? Friday 13th May, 14:30 till 18:30.