Xenon Scene, Huset-KBH
25-26 january 2020

How can one create an empathic bond with something that is not “alive”? What defines an entity?
In Echo of Cyan, we worked with visual material reminiscent of fleshy organs and bodily fluids. These visceral elements became the skin, lungs and blood of the body, we named Cyan.

The music became its pulse and voice, the IV bags its veins and the movements of the performers and the audience became the poison that activated the room and intoxicated it. By the use of sensors that trigger interactive sound sculptures, the performers were able to disturb and interfere with the soundscape.

This immersive performance installation was performed in collaboration with dancer Sarah Lee Armstrong and musicians Kulma.

Room installation and performance by Last Oblivion
Sounds by
Performance by
Sarah Lee Armstrong
Guest sounds by
Fabienne Erato
3d rendering by
Martin Carlsson
Curated by PARA