Trans Reality

2017 | performer

If a ray of light falls on a prism, it divides into its components. Each color reveals its unique character, created in interaction with the geometric shape. Light is the active element, the prism the passive player.

Trans-reality draws a parallel to the idea of ​​a conscious identity, the idea of ​​an ego. An individual is basically a whole, but when it encounters something as complex as a consciousness, it necessarily consists of a system of networked properties that make up this ego. The performance explores this concept in practice. A prism is linked to four qualities of the ego: movement, sound, language, and eyesight. These create a closed cycle.

The element of movement is represented by a dancer wearing VR glasses. His task is to interpret the drawings of an artist. The graphic artist uses the narrator's words for his presentation. The story, in turn, is based on the sounds of the musician setting the dancer's movements to music. A feedback loop unfolds in which the output of the individual performer becomes the input of another.

Credits
Performers : Jaskaran Singh Anand, Ben Olsen, Chris Bruckmayr, Bhoomesh Tak
Backstage : Klaus Dieterstorfer, Stefan Fuchs, Dietmar Peter, Heinrich Klambauer

Trailer

https://ars.electronica.art/ai/de/trans-reality/



































Upcoming projects

30.12 // 1800h


- L-INKED in Lentos
a film showing journey of L-INKED in Lentos Art Museum Linz
in space-relationship with "Female Sensibility" Exhibition




2022

=> 08.03 - 10.03
- L-INKED/THE SOLO @ Brut Studios
(Premiere and performances)
an interactive and performative format in imagetanz festival 2022



=> 03.06.2022 (time tbc)
- place of belonging
an experimental trans-theatrical-party intervention




=> Postponed from 2021


- Deforming Body Ideoligies @ Welt Museum Wien
performative- , artistic tools- and improvisation - based movement and reflection workshop ;
in space-relationship with RE: PRESENT Exhibition Project by Calle Libre


- Playful Intra-actions @ Klasse für Alle/ die Angewandte Wien
movement improvisation workshop