Void is collaborating with Red Dog Theatre on a multimedia production of Andrew Bovell’s epic postmodern play, When the Rain Stops Falling.
WHEN THE RAIN STOPS FALLING
This interactive web opera was previewed at Glyndebourne Opera House…
A stage version of the work was then commissioned by 'Second Movement' in 2016
THE TWO SIDED BOY - a digital opera
Commissioned for Exeter Quayside and performed at dusk in late august, this piece, for five performers, used digital projections illuminating and transforming boats, buildings and water ….
Presented in 13 countries, Babble tasked its avatar audience with climbing to the top of a virtual tower...
Multiple projections combined with physical theatre in the production which opened at the Brighton Festival and toured to Berlin and Barcelona.
Performed simultaneously groups of musicians in five countries ….
Visitors were invited into a robot territory - a darkened maze of 'rooms' inhabited by robots. Made in collaboration with Autonomous Intelligent Systems Lab at University of West of England
ROOM FOR ROBOTS
Created for an abandoned floor of a tower block at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, this re-imagining of the Faust legend fused real and virtual space…
THE FAUST SPACE
Henrik Ibsen, plus robots, plus a 1940s film set ….’Their dazzling deconstructions of major plays have to be seen to be believed,’ The Herald
GHOSTS in the MACHINE
VOID explores parellels between the fictional spaces of theatre, architectural space and virtual space. Site specific work has been made for locations including: an empty floor of a tower block in Chicago, a boatyard on Exeter's quayside and the virtual online world of Second Life.
Cyberpunk and historical romance collide in this update of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest….
The reader weaves their way through a strange city via a textual network of confessions, recollections and fleeting ideas in this internationally acclaimed hypertext story…
A party in one place, and audience in another , a solitary spot-lit telephone connecting the two …
THE ARCHITECTS PARTY
based on Yevgeny Zamyatin's 1921 sci-fi novel of the same name. This piece was acclaimed for its pioneering use of video and live performance…
A performance constructed from two minute blocks of information - acting (scenes), video (clips), sound (bites) - designed to be presented in any order.
TWO MINUTES OF BLISS
Developed with Age Concern, UK, this site specific sound installation incorporate memories of songs and favourite places.