Equilateral is an interactive performance involving live, dynamic projection mapping onto three dancers. Also, it is an exploration to create an entirely new form of live performance and human interaction.
Equilateral is made up of two componentsâ€”movement (dance) and light (projection) and treats the body as a canvas, with all audio-visual elements becoming one with the performer.
The performance uses a unique front-of-house set in the shape of a triangle. At each angle is an entirely networked media hub gathering precise, 3D motion tracking data and outputting a real-time response.
Additionally, I aim to contribute a template, or guidebook, for how this technical setup can be appropriated for other live performances. The conceptual framework of the equilateral triangle translates to a perfect setting for a diverse range of interactive capabilities.