Following the successful launch of the web series earlier this year, Isabelle van Grimde’s epic triptych Eve 2050 continues with the premiere of part two, an installation and performance that invites each visitor to become one of the many faces of Eve 2050. Using infrared cameras and interactive panels, audience members will see their image recorded, transformed and broadcast live to all those present.
Presented in Montreal by Agora de la danse from September 19 to 22, the installation can be viewed on its own, and there are limited spaces available for those who want to experience a 30-minute performance that brings dancers into the installation.
In conjunction with the installation, a video that combines five episodes of the web series will be projected at sundown on a façade at Montreal’s Place des Festivals. Blending dance and science fiction, the projection will transport the audience into the fascinating world of the human body of tomorrow.
For more information on the installation, performance and video projection, visit Agora de la danse.