THE GHOST of OKUS LAB
How can one choreograph and create a ballet without dancers? Simply by using videography as an extension of the choreographer’s work. The dancer and his movements will be filmed and stylized to obtain his virtual double “The Ghost Of OKUS LAB”. This result will be video-projected (Video-mapping) and synchronised with the actual choreographed performance. For a multiplication, a decomposition and a sublimation of movement and reality.
These videographs will be used like a luminous liquid composed of movements. It will flow over the bodies, like a digital envelope.
In addition to being able to create a ballet of digital movements associated with the danced performance, this formula is a scenic lighting process because the video projection remains one of the only sources of light and will serve as a lighting environment for the performances and installations.
The video is used as a B side and the phantasmagorical side of reality.