I posted this yesterday on my tumblr, but I wanted to post it here because I feel it deserves a wider audience. If you’re into projected art, then this is a must-watch — it really explores the possibilities of that medium, with humor and pathos.
This is a love story giving us a glimpse into one mans memories of his lost relationship. Different couples enter the building, each one from a different time and with a different vibe.
Just like any relationship, the good memories appear next to the bad ones, and like throwing the dice – the result of each couple is somewhat different.
For this production we built a studio size replica of the wall, with some interpretation. This was a fun playing ground for the actors, and also eventually evokes a unique interaction between the characters and the architecture.
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