Between the Day and the Night

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A Machine 5 Theatre Works production in association with Fort Point Theatre Channel

Coming Up

The Cannery at South Penobscot
207 Southern Bay Road
Penobscot, ME
Saturday, June 22 @ 7:30PM
Sunday, June 23 @ 3PM

Fort Point, Boston: Date and place to be announced

Past Performances

March 2-3, 2019: The Wire Factory, Lowell, MA

On November 15th 1948 at the age of 77 the French master Georges Rouault burned 315 of his paintings in a factory furnace. Astonishingly, the event was filmed and footage survived to this day. Between the Day and the Night is a non-narrative performance inspired by this found footage. Devoid of dialog, the piece is an audio-visual poem in which the performer is immersed in sounds and images created by his own movements. Interactive apparatuses trigger sound and visual events that give a voice to the old footage and the ashen remains of the canvases.

Created by Greg Kowalski
Movement: Geoffrey Koetsch
Sound design: Dave Seidel and Greg Kowalski
Analog film: Douglas Urbank
Set design and interactive systems by Greg Kowalski
Projection design by Greg Kowalsk

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