A movement-based performance installation with video art, sound art and a series of mirror-booths.
Taking phantom-limb sensation as a “body-mirage”, and inspired by the work of neurologist V. Ramachandran, Mirage plays on perceptual illusion, the construction of hybrid forms, and the real and virtual fusing and separating. It is an interactive labyrinth of perceptual illusion with the performer in a reflective pool amongst multi-dimensional projections. Mirage was created in the context of a fellowship awarded by The Australian Choreographic Centre to James Cunningham and Suzon Fuks.
Direction and Visuals: Suzon Fuks
Choreography and Performer: James Cunningham
Set Design: Alison Ross
Sound Design: Andrew Kettle
Lighting Design: Morgan Randall
- Australian Choreographic Centre, Canberra
- The Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Art, Brisbane
- Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, and Abilities Arts Festival, Toronto
Short-listed for Australian Dance Award for Outstanding Achievement in Independent Dance 2008