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Relax and Release

Artist(s): Kimatica
Running Time: Saturday 16 Nov, 12 - 8pm
Price: FREE
Certificate: All ages - children must be supervised

This is a free event and open to all, so no ticket is required.

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About this event

An interative installation where your body will control light and colour.

You'll see our theatre from a different angle too as you take to the stage (don't worry, there won't be an audience!) where there's a giant screen. Throw some moves, make some shapes: your body's movement will control the on-screen graphics. Kids and adults alike will enjoy exploring their playful side. . 

Relax and Release encourages movement and play, where you will be invited to take a journey through the states of relaxation and release, immersed on colourful visuals and ambient sounds, facilitating exploration of the body’s movement without constraints or directions. The ultimate objective of the piece is to connect with the more emotional, abstract and magical aspects of the human body and mind. 

About Kimatica Studio

Kimatica Studio is a London-based creative studio specialised in creating avant-garde immersive digital experiences by fusing live performance, interactive technology and the human form. Their vision merges light, sound and motion to dissolve the boundaries between illusion and reality, exploring the limits of human consciousness and perception, to inspire a reconnection with the spiritual world.

 

This is a free event and open to all, so no ticket is required.

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