Great review of Charles Hazlewood’s All Star Collective / danceroom Spectroscopy at the Bristol Old Vic last Wednesday.
I have been describing dS as a sort of drug that you take via your eyes and this confirms it.
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Lina B. Frank
Lina is originally from Sweden, based in Bristol working as a Producer. She loves working with performance that really connects its audience and is highly stimulating for the senses: visually, sonically, geographically or all at once.
The highlight of my evening was watching Charles Hazlewood’s All Star Collective / danceroom Spectroscopy with their version of Rainbow in Curved Air. A mesmerizing immersive hour with food for vision, ears, brain, heart and thought.
I hardly ever go to gigs because I miss a vision-based focus point. Here I got more than I bargained for.
Imagine lying on your back in the grass on a clear summer day. Small breeze in the air, you have your headphones on with pacey and loud music that you like a lot. Overhead the sun is blistering and there are fast moving clouds. The clouds…
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danceroom Spectroscopy – Hidden fields has won an Honorary Mention at Ars Electronica in the category of Hybrid Art.
Does not show the best visual states in the video but Nicola speaks very eloquently about the work.