- By Michael
(In)Visible is an interactive performance that uses light as a way of challenging our perception of the body in space. It questions how the phenomenology of space, effected by light and conversely the absence of light, can alter our experience of a dance. Participants enter a pitch dark room and can only perceive the movement using their other four senses. From the outside a screen displays what is going on inside the room through the use of infrared cameras. Thus, the screen mediates the perception between two worlds—One that is seen solely through visible light, and the other that is completely absent of it. The dancers become a vehicle for confronting the viewer with the body removed; one that becomes compressed to two dimensions, only to be seen through either the screen or in darkness.