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Mamoru Iriguchi

Photo by Julian Hughes

9.15pm. Free

Part of a Triple Bill with Tim Spooner – The Telescope at 7pm and Chris Dobrowolski – All Roads Lead to Rome at 7.30pm

Boy is called Projector because a video projector is attached to his head. Girl’s name is Conjector. A TV is attached to her head. Boy meets girl on screen. They dance through screens.

Projector/Conjector is a performance duet that playfully references dance and the mechanics of theatre. Moved by digitally generated moving image, the two creatures meet and fall in love, inspired by Swan Lake and Star Wars.

Originally trained as a zoologist, then as a theatre designer, Mamoru Iriguchi makes multimedia performance work that is rooted in his knowledge and experience of designing space for live performance as well as broad interests in 2D and 3D, gender and sexuality, parasitism and symbiosis, fairytales and evolution theories.

‘beautifully techno-cuckoo…charmingly dead-pan, witty and inventive’
Donald Hutera (dance writer, The Times)

‘…as well as being absurdly hilarious, it's also very sweet. One of the most imaginative things you’ll see this season’
Lyndsey Winship (dance editor, Time Out)


Date and time

6 March 2013

Please note
This is now a past event.


Toynbee Studios
28 Commercial Street
London, E1 6AB
Tel: 020 7247 5102
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