'Under a digital lake' is an installation-performance that combines digital art, sculptures, electronic soundscape, spoken words and movement study to create a posthuman landscape through a bodily and poetic narrative.
The audience is invited to enter under a digital lake where a dialogue is hosted by an orchid and a cluster of shells. The immersive installation articulates itself as an intermediation of multiple corporealities, allowing wetware and software to encounter. Here, performative body, sculptural pieces, personified GIF and digital projections inter-relate forming an assemblage of organicity and mix realities. Intertwining personal memories and research on posthuman corporealities the work questions the notion of loss in our Anthropocene era.
(Installation, sculptures, digital & moving images, text and performance: Laura Rouzet. Soundscape in collaboration with William Martin. With the voice of Suzannah Hall.)
Performance, sculptural and digital installation shown at Laurie Grove Performance Laboratory in London in July 2019.
Sculpture "Bones & Corals" exhibited at Gerald Moore gallery in Feb & March 2020 for the group exhibition 'Environmental Crisis'.