An innovative first for Sadler’s Wells, No Body is a multi-installation experience which combines all the elements of a successful dance performance – lighting, sound, projection – but without the physical presence of dancers, turning the building inside out and taking audiences on a journey of exploration.
These specially commissioned works are created by leading composers, lighting designers and film-makers who regularly collaborate with dance.
Lighting designer and Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist Michael Hulls invites the audience onto the main stage to experience LightSpace, while composer and Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist Nitin Sawhney’s Indelible is a music, sound and animation trail that allows the audience to explore the DNA of the building.
Lucy Carter’s intimate installations will pop up in unusual spaces in the depths of the Sadler’s Wells building, and Siobhan Davies and David Hinton’s The Running Tongue, made in collaboration with sound artists, animators, and 22 dance artists is a film installation which aims to unveil a scene embedded in surreal reality.
Finally, Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist Russell Maliphant presents a triptych installation of his film Erebus.
For more information, and full listings and accreditation of the exciting multi-installation experiences promised by the evening, please see the show page.
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