UNDER A DIGITAL LAKE
'Under a digital lake' is an installation performance that combines digital art, sculptures, electronic soundscape, spoken words and movement study, through a bodily and poetic narrative. Intertwining personal memories and research on posthuman corporealities, the work questions the notion of loss in our Anthropocene era.
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 a symbiotic interaction 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 mixed realities.
Installation, sculptures, digital artwork, poems, choreographic material & performance: Laura Rouzet
Soundscape collaboration: William Martin
Actors voices: Suzannah Hall & William Martin
Performance, sculptural and digital installation shown at Laurie Grove Performance Laboratory in London in July 2019
Sculptures exhibited at Gerald Moore Gallery in Feb & March 2020 for the group exhibition 'Environmental Crisis'