Folded

– is a live audio visual stage performance developed from meditations on paper

 

 

 

 
It’s the first chapter of an artistic research which aims to investigate the interaction of various live media and the integration of different artistic languages: audio visual, graphics, sculpture, fashion, physical performance and theatrical process.
The performance is divided into 8 parts (the maximum number of times paper can be folded), exploring the physical and metaphysical properties and potentials of paper.
Paper is the starting point for all of the artists. The costume, designed by Cabinet of Curiosity using origami techniques, is made out of paper, all of the visuals are filmed events or animations derived from paper and Alessandro’s music is composed using sounds of paper.The performer, Nina Fog, plays a creature born from paper who constantly transforms herself, reinventing her corporeality.

 

“With Folded I am exploring the sensations of being written upon (by sound, image, costume, space); being invented and – at the same time – being erased. The constant cycle of living and dying makes me only a momentary creature in a fragment of time – I aim to be in the pure of state of existing from moment to moment”. Nina Fog

Folded is one of our ongoing projects, we are always looking for new opportunities to show and develop it.
If you are interested in booking this or contributing to its development please contact us

Co-production: SDNA (UK) + TiconZero (Italy)
Concept, direction and video design: Valentina Floris, Ben Foot
Music: Alessandro Olla
Performer: Nina Fog
Costumes: Cabinet of Curiosity
Associate Graphic Artists: Chris Singer and Nazir Tabuli

 

 

Folded was adapted and filmed in 2010 at the Musion Academy.
Musion is a 3D Holographic Projection System that create stunning high-definition 3D holographic effects that appear to float within a live stage setting.
musion.co.uk

 

Supported by Regione Autonoma Sardegna – Assesorato alla Cultura (Italy) it debuted at Signal Festival (Italy) and Mapping Festival (Switzerland) in 2010. Folded was also produced as an holographic projection piece in collaboration with Musion.