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Two dancers, Tim and Alejandro, in black and white costumes stand under a triangular set-piece. | Responsive Residency | Image by Kristina Chan

TIMOTHY OHL ‘During the research residency [Alejandro Rolandi and I] explored three core questions: how can we create illusionary or ‘special’ effects in a live and performative context; how can we shift an audience’s perception with light and the body in space; how would these

we experimented with ... methods to shift the audience’s perception: transparency and relfection, saturated coloured light, depth perception and retina burn with an intense flash bulb

effects affect choreographic choices. [we] were... making new discoveries

illusions that can be used in performance

and developing methods for creating


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Fall back spring forward 2017