CONCEPT: Liza Šimenc

PERFORMERS: Liza Šimenc, Valentina Cabro, Tatiana Kocmur, Gašper Livk, Brina Kren, Gašper Okorn

COSTUME DESIGN: Liza Šimenc

INSTALLATION: Liza Šimenc, Tatiana Kocmur,

MUSIC: Gašper Livk, Brina Kren, Gašper Okorn

PREMIERE: May, 2019

PRODUCTION: REHUMANIZACIJA, OSMO/ZA

SUPPORT: PRMEJDUŠ

ABOUT:

VISUALISATION IS A SOUND MOVEMENT PERFORMATIVE INSTALLATION. THIS EVENT IS VISUALY POWERFUL AND HAS A SPECIFIC WAY OF OBSERVING PERFORMANCE WITH GAZING THREW THE INSTALLATION THAT EXPOSES AUDIENCE FACES. THE FACES AND THEIR EXPRESSIONS WITHOUT BODY BECOME A CRUCIAL INPUT FOR PERFORMER TO ENGAGE WITH. THERE ARE SIX PERFORMERS IN THE SPACE THREE MOVERS AND THREE MUSICIANS THAT ARE USING CREATIVE VISUALISATION METHOD TO CREATE REAL TIME EVENT. THE SPACE IS IN THE FORM OF AN EYE, IT IS CLOSED FROM ALL DIRECTION WITH POLYVINYL AND PERFORMERS ARE CAPTURED IN THE MIDDLE.

CONCEPT:
 

THE IMAGE ITSELF HAS THE POWER TO FREE YOU FROM YOUR PERSONAL HISTORY - IT SHOWS YOU THE CAPACITY THAT YOU ARE ACTUALLY HAVING

VISUALISA_TION is an audio- visual performance. Made for cicle RE_HUMANIZACIJA in May 2019..

The performance was a scenographic creation for the selected number of audience. Installing the audience in the performance with exposing their faces. By this gesture including them in the position of  active observers -watching and while watching also experiencing being watched. The audience became co-creators of the event/ artwork instantly.

The Performance was focused on the images created by performers, scenography, costumography, audio- images, light installation and face landscape created by audience.

MORE:

Creative visualisation is a cognitive process of purposefully generating visual mental images with open or closed eyes. The process stimulates or recreates visual perception in order to preserve, explore and transform mental images.  This forms an optimal experience  for individual and its integration into the environment. The specificity of an audiovisual event is the potentiated visual input that leads visitors to different perception and thus creates a deep unconscious experience for them. By positioning visitors in the process
by entering directly in the installation, we place the audience in the position of passive actors and performers, where they are persuaded to recognise the co-creation in the event.


SEEN AT:
- Osmoza,  2019