The following works are interactive projects that consist of collaborating with artists of different disciplines. These include multi media artists, animators, sound and music designers, actors, acrobats, athletes, and of course a live audience.
1. As above, So below
A video mapping projection installation, conceived by a group of six artists, John Ensor Parker, Farkas Fulop, Johnny Moreno, Simon Anaya, Richard Jochum, & Ryan Uzilevsky.
The artists developed a multi-perspective 3D installation on the Manhattan Bridge Anchorage in Brooklyn.
Creation of the piece incorporates green screen film shoots, Kinect 3D scanning, stop-motion animation, computer modeling and a host of visual effect programs.
An immersive and voyeuristic theatrical experience set throughout the three levels of Fat Baby, a nightclub and lounge on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. During the performance, the lines between reality and fiction are blurred, as guests move through the bar, lounge and mezzanine – following scenes as they move or constructing their own adventure.
3. Ga(y)ze, a collaboration with Toronto-based scenographer and installation artist Troy Hourie and Director Joe Salvatore, tackles the world of gay male “cruising” in the early 1900s compared to contemporary times in the form of a site-specific performance installation.
In the 1920s, 14th Street just east of Union Square, known then as the Rialto, was originally the theatre district and the center of gay culture. This devised, non-verbal work uses vernacular jazz and social dance of the 1920s (Lindy Hop, Charleston), to tell the story of gay subculture within New York City past and present and features choreography by Caleb Teicher. The piece premiered as part of NYU’s Forum on Site-Specific Performance in April 2015.