Inferno - Live Performance
"Inferno" is a participative robotic performance created by multidisciplinary artist Louis-Philippe Demers and musician Bill Vorn from Montreal, Canada.
Getting its inspiration by the concept of control, the performance gives public a chance to slip into the robotic suits, retrofitted on the body and become real-time performers themselves, creating a unique, immersive psychical experience.
Shifting the exoskeletons´ command from the authors, to the computer, to the audience and to the performers, Inferno questions the nature of control – either mechanic or human, either coerced or voluntary – where either utopian or dystopian futures radiate, both real and fictional and plays with our fear and fascination of the control of man through machine.
A total of up to 24 persons can actively participate at each performance.
Registrations will open soon...