5th March 2014

Inspired by Swan Lake and Star Wars, Projector/Conjector playfully references dance and mechanics of theatre. With a video projector and TV attached to their heads, two creatures called Projector and Conjector meet and fall in love, dancing through screens.

About the artist...
Mamoru Iriguchi is a performance maker and award-winning theatre designer who originally trained as a zoologist. His performance work is rooted in his experience in designing space for live performance as well as his interests in 2D/3D, gender/sexuality, fairytales/evolution theories. His performance projects include One Man Show (The Place Prize Commission), Projector/Conjector, Into the Skirt (Plateaux commission, Mousonturm Frankfurt) and Pregnant?!. He also makes short, small-scale performances, shown in diverse contexts ranging from the V&A Museum to Brixton Market. Mamoru’s theatre design work includes Mincemeat (Cardboard Citizens, Best Design, Evening Standard Theatre Awards) and The Pink Bits (Mapping4D, Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Award). Mamoru is an Artsadmin Associate Artist 2012-14.

"This work (a duet) is not at all 'just' a dance piece. Although the actual dance content is minimal at best, dance is referenced in a beautifully techno-cuckoo way. It's a piece about outer space and and inner desires, tragic love and a literally bloody lake of swans, It's also charmingly dead-pan, witty and inventive.”
Donald Hutera (dance writer for The Times)

"Projector/Conjector is a love story too, but not like any other... a bonkers story emerges ... as well as being absurdly hilarious, it's also very sweet. One of the most imaginative things you'll see this season. ”
Lyndsey Winship (dance editor for Time Out)

That’s right – pay what you can afford. When you go to the booking screen you’ll see a list of payment options ranging from £0 (yes, free!) to £15. Any one of these will get you a ticket, and there’s no catches! We want everyone, whatever your income, to have the chance to see some really groundbreaking new work.

Doors open 7.30pm, show starts 8pm.
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