+/- Human

+/- Human
2017

Choreography
Wayne McGregor

Zoological art installation
Random International

Lighting
Lucy Carter

Sound
Mark Pritchard

Dance performance choreography
Wayne McGregor

Dance performance
Company Wayne McGregor and dancers from The Royal Ballet

Music
Warp Records artists including Clark, Gaika, Mark Pritchard and Lorenzo Senni

Make up
Alex Box

Premiere date and venue
11 August 2017, Roundhouse, London

A unique experience, +/- Human fuses an immersive installation with incredible live dance and music performances.

Created in response to the magnificent space of the Roundhouse +/- Human brings together multi award-winning choreographer and director, Wayne McGregor, with contemporary art collective Random International, creators of the globally successful Rain Room, along with new music from Warp Records.

+/- Human is brought to you by Bloomberg Summer at the Roundhouse, an annual season dedicated to introducing new audiences to innovative culture.

Installation
How do you know that something is alive? Created specifically for +/- Human, Random International’s Zoological is a mysterious flock of flying spheres that surrounds visitors. Step inside and experience how they interact autonomously with humans and move together in this meeting of technology, bodies and electronic music.

Dance
On Friday and Saturday nights +/- Human will host new dance performances choreographed by Wayne McGregor. Lurching through extreme sonic worlds specially created by Warp Records artists, the spheres’ behaviour will converge with human movement to create an immersive choreographic experience performed by dancers from Company Wayne McGregor and The Royal Ballet.


+/- Human is curated by WAYNE McGREGOR, Zoological art installation by RANDOM INTERNATIONAL, lighting by LUCY CARTER, sound by MARK PRITCHARD, dance performances choreographed by WAYNE McGREGOR and performed by COMPANY WAYNE McGREGOR and dancers from THE ROYAL BALLET, music by WARP RECORDS.


Imagery by William Hall, photography by Ravi Deepres.