Intangible Threshold investigates collaboration and the meaning of connection over distance through screens and available technology. If you missed their live/online performance you can check it out here.
This forms a short ‘choreography’ of a collection of gestures “live” over the internet, as part of the output of their remote residency experimentations and improvisations.
Intangible Threshold investigates collaboration and the meaning of connection over distance through screens and available technology. Coming together as two artists from different backgrounds in performance, Susanne Palzer and Camille Baker were brought together to answer this question: what methods do we have at our fingertips to brainstorm, devise, and rehearse live performance in COVID times in 2020? Through performative acts, digital connection through cameras, as well as using video conferencing tools, they look at ways to comment on the meta-issues around distant relationships, virtual touch, connections with nature as replacement for human physical interaction, as well as the current restricted possibilities of performing live in-person.
You can read more about their Online Residency here.