Site-specific, 3-hr durational performance and installation.Part-live art, installation and dystopian film set, Measc took place for four days in John Wesley New Rooms, which sits in the heart of Bristol’s shopping area Broadmead. Drawing on the history of the building and it’s location, Bristol’s mercantile past and contemporary consumer culture. Measc created a performative mash-up, involving nine-performers and audience members who traversed the building with tagged RFID (radio frequency identification tags) maps, which allowed both performers and audience to trigger media (sound, music, image and graphics) across the space.

Concept/direction and stage design: Teresa Dillon
Projections: Rod Maclachlan
Photo documentation: Adam Faraday

  • Project location John Wesley New Rooms, Bristol, Broadmead,
  • Skills required Collaboration, filming original content, Screen design, lighting design
  • Client Dir. Teresa Dillon / Polar Produce
  • Project Year 19-22nd October, 2005
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