LABYRINTH is an evening-length work comprised of two installation concertos, illustrates the living relationship between music and visual art. Part One, House of Solitude: Three scrim walls are used to project video creating a three-dimensional hologram to represent the thoughts of The Man (as represented by the soloist) including solitude, extreme communication, hyper-connectivity and the search for self.
Part Two, Room No. 35 is a sculptural multimedia experience inspired by Anais Nin’s surrealist novella “The House of Incest." This half focuses on a woman’s point of view in which she tries to escape a hotel room in which the recesses of her mind have taken her.
70 minutes, brief pause (no intermission)
Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, Urbana, II,