“interactive theatre meeting modern dance in a futuristic art museum” Engadget.com
Right Passage begins a new series of interactive performance installations for TWF — rites of passage.
In this work we invite the public to choose their own adventure through a magico-religious dynamistic rite of passage. We begin in a hazed void, seven hooded liminal guides shift black monolithic walls creating reflective labyrinths/corridors/chaos which lead your journey from darkness to light. A sensory disorientation escalates to an assault of cold beams, strobes, and intimidating moving walls — a haunting chaos. This builds to a breaking point, leads to a re-orientation of the senses.
We gather collectively at the end of the disorienting journey, united underneath the warmth of a sun.
Did we make the “right passage?” What IS “right?” What IS wrong? What fun is life in black and white? The strong human need to be “right” is questioned. Listen. Breathe. Perhaps an alternate passage awaits.
|Fuji X-T1, XF 90mm f/2, 1/180, iso 3200|
I've been playing with the new Fujifilm XF 90mm lens for a few days, and while I plan to write a complete review very soon, this lens has blown me away so much, I wanted to share one photo first. I casually took this photo of a friend of mine, and, man, this lens is sharp. I'll be putting it through it's paces over the coming days, shooting a couple of corporate events, some portrait sessions and even a wedding over the weekend, and I'll have my complete take on it next week.