Ten incredible dancers perform the unique style of Wayne McGregor – sculptural, rigorous, jarring and hauntingly beautiful.
Following a national and international tour, Wayne McGregor has extended and translated his acclaimed work Atomos into a commission for the screen, with an hour-long film released across digital platforms and ‘atomised’ into short pieces of film that can be experienced over time.
Wayne worked alongside a team of artists to create Atomos, including longtime collaborators lighting designer Lucy Carter and filmmaker Ravi Deepres and the score was created by neo-classical ambient composers A Winged Victory For The Sullen.
Studio XO collaborated with Wayne McGregor on costumes for the production. They were created by employing emotional wearable technology which mapped the dancers biometrics and then designed digital skins inspired by each dancers emotional algorithms. There's an interesting video about this here.
Atomos can be seen at The Manchester Science Festival on Saturday 21 October at 5pm where long-time collaborator Ravi Deepres will discuss this incredible work. Booking is free and can be made online.
'Thrilling flights of grandeur and Lyricism'