Ω{i}, 2016 - 2017

Life In Future Virtual Worlds

“Ω{i}” is a site-specific performance. It’s choreography is based on the research that won the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics “for theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter”. This research used advanced mathematical methods to explore an unknown world where matter assumes strange states. Dancers interpret the spoken formulas of the research. They move along pre-defined paths with pre-defined elements of motion. The possible paths and motions evolve over time as the mathmatical formulas increase in complexity.

Dimension: dimensions variable
Technique: vocal recording, sound design, choreography, improvisation techniques
Installation: at lease four performers in an empty space