The End, Light Blue
Composed by Juan Antonio Olivares and Eve Essex
July 5, 7 pm
New York City - 540 W 29th Street
Shoot The Lobster is pleased to announce The End, Light Blue, an ensemble performance composed by Juan Antonio Olivares and Eve Essex, on July 5th, 2012 at 7 pm.
Drawing from the possibility of translation between image and sound, Olivares and Essex have created a visual and text-based score inspired by post-production foley techniques. With the consultation of Marko Costanzo, a veteran Hollywood foley artist (Brokeback Mountain, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon,Ice Age), the artists have reinterpreted cinematic sound effects as a system of musical elements.
Ten performers cycle through a variety of roles ranging from quotidian gestures to highly choreographed musical events. Everyday sounds are meticulously recreated by a small ensemble of instrumentalists; physical actions are dramatically and rhythmically amplified. A series of seemingly senseless events cue reactions within the group, in an evolving and organic accretion of sound.
Furniture by Valerie Keane.
Performers: Leila Bordreuil (cello), Theo Di Castri, Eve Essex, Alex Field, Jeremy Fischer, Ted Gordon (viola), Nicole Louie, Matt Marble, James Mercer, Juan Antonio Olivares.
Special thanks to Marko Costanzo.