Performance | Window Dance by John Toth
Thursday, March 22, 10 am–Saturday, March 24, 2012 5 pm
Window Dance is an installation by John Toth which uses three video projectors to layer images of light, shape, color and sound onto sculpted layers of semi-transparent fabric. Video images of fragmented texts and symbols from a Metastasio liberata seem to spray from the projectors onto the fabric as if words could dissolve through the page. On screen, a dancer enters this fabric maze and interacts with a projected virtual dancer. As viewers move closer to each video image a new sound source takes a more prominent role. Visitors walk through the environment and enter into the Window Dance.