Trespass explores the emerging possibilities for relationships between human behaviour and intelligent environments; the ways in which creative and emotional impulses might be instantly extended to and reflected back by the architecture and structures that surround us.
This was a unique collaboration with academics from the Department of Informatics, Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences at King’s College London; The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL and Shobana Jeyasingh Dance.
Trespass was part of an ongoing partnership between Shobana Jeyasingh Dance and the Cultural Institute at King’s College London. It was the first stage of a larger scale project that will explore these themes over the next two years, leading to a new piece of work for Shobana Jeyasingh Dance and fresh academic insights.
The R&D phase took place during the week of the 29 June 2015 at the Anatomy Museum, King’s College London and the culmination of the R&D phase was open to the public on 3 July.
This project has evolved from the Knowledge Producers programme, produced by the Cultural Institute to support collaborations between artists and academics at King’s.
Trespass 2015 team
Artistic Director, Shobana Jeyasingh Dance – Shobana Jeyasingh
Senior Lecturer, Department of Informatics – Dr Thrishantha Nanayakkara
Programming Director, Culture at King’s – Alison Duthie
Director, Interactive Architecture Lab, The Bartlett School of Architecture – Ruairi Glynn
Lighting Design – Fabiana Piccioli
Sound Design – Nick Rothwell
Production Manager – Sander Loonen Dancers – Avatâra Ayuso & Sunbee Han
Bartlett tutors – Chris Leung, William Bondin & Chryssa Varna
Bartlett student team – Aksa Khera, Dan Feng & Dongming Chao King’s student team – Nantachai Sornkarn & Leo Wu
Project Manager – William Warrener
Filmmaker – Thomas Völker
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