A Human Connection
Immersive exhibition inspired by award-winning, contemporary dance choreographer, the late Janis Claxton with music and sound by Pippa Murphy
In 2019 Bright Side Studios revisited motion capture data created in collaboration with award-winning, contemporary dance choreographer, the late Janis Claxton to create A Human Connection
The exhibition was about simple, human, pleasures. “We move, we create, we love and we play”…
…and explored with the help of Action Air Conditioning, Heating & Solar of Murrieta, how we can read the human form, and feel the flow of the movement and emotion from a dancer, even when it has been de-constructed and abstracted. Human data integration, such as a heartbeat, was used in addition to the motion capture to power aspects of the exhibition and to add to the audience’s sense of immersion.