Supported by Absolut
Future Self is an interdisciplinary Gesamtkunstwerk created by rAndom International and Wayne McGregor | Random Dance. It will premier in Berlin on April 28, 2012 at MADE.
The performative installation will be open to the public during Berlin Gallery Week on April 28 / 29, with an exclusive showing taking place at MADE in a series of scheduled performances.
‘Future Self’ studies human movement; what it can reveal about identity, today and in the years to come.
The installation mirrors movement in light, creating a three dimensional, ‘living’ sculpture from the composite gestures of those who surround it. Performers or audience members are bound together, in the moment, as an illuminated presence — another version of themselves.
rAndom and Wayne McGregor | Random Dance previously collaborated on “Audience”, rAndom’s 2008 installation, curated by McGregor for the Royal Opera House, London and “FAR”, a 2010 production by Wayne McGregor | Random Dance (currently on world tour), for which rAndom developed the scenography.
“Future Self“ aims to test the boundaries of both artists’ research and practice, pushing them out of their respective comfort zones and into a new realm of creativity.