29 – 30 March, 2014
as part of FoLa (Festival of Live Art)
In Deep Water
In Deep Water
Come on a deep-sea journey to encounter the light creatures that live below, in performance installation In Deep Water. Artists Katie Sfetkidis and Ian Moorhead create an immersive and contemplative space, using sound and light to provide glimpses into this unexplored dark corner of the world.
Inspired by the bioluminescent creatures that live in the deep oceans, In Deep Water sees the continued exploration of dark spaces by artist Katie Sfetkidis. Navigating the installation, small audience groups will experience a concert of sound and light and a sublime journey into the unknown.
Devised by Katie Sfetkidis
Sound Design Ian Moorhead
Tickets on Sale here
In December 2012, I completed a two week development of a new work – In Deep Water- as part of Theatre Works Encounter(s) Program.
The current research I am undertaking, fouces the experience of traveling to the deep sea and the encounters one may have with bioluminescent creatures that live there. It also explore the different properties of light under water and how these animals use lighting as a language.
I will be working on this piece throughout 2013 in a number of different spaces. From the research I am currently conducting, I will create an interactive light sculpture within an immersive sensory environment. Audience members to be invited to take a journey into the unknown to meet this light being and communicate with it through the use of light.
To follow the research for this project and see the results from my research and experimentation, I have started a a blog. Check it out here
Currently I am fundraising for a second intensive development at Metro Arts!, Brisbane. Support this project through Pozilbe.
You can find out more about the Encounter(s) program and the other projects on their website
Images from Encounter(s) development: December 2012