Live performances integrating video and live movement for stage and site specific contexts.
Hypermarket was a full-length performance integrating dance and interactive video projection based around a journey through the dislocated landscape of London Docklands.
Frozen Progress (2001)
Frozen Progress was a site-specific event presented in the 200 year old Royal Geographical Society Building in Kensington, London. The piece combined an ongoing cyclical performance in the main lecture theatre with four related ins…
Solo performance integrating video and live action. The piece was semi-autobiographical in nature based on the experience of growing up in the wilderness of South Essex.
Big Satellite Days (1998)
Big Satellite Days was a lecture-performance made for the 200 year old lecture room of the Royal Institution, Piccadilly, London, originally home to the scientist Michael Faraday. The piece drew on a range of scientific theories a…
About the Weather (1996)
About the Weather was a full-length minimalist piece for two dancers combining live performance and animated slide projections.
Combining live performance, video, slides and movement, Relativity was one of the first projects by Nic Sandiland which looked at integrating live and projected imagery.