65 completely anonymous hooded and cloaked figures filled the old London artillery factory. Tall gauze panels hung from the ceiling creating intimate rooms and illusions of mirrors while never closing down the vast room. 10 performers and 55 audiences shared a space and the performance emerged from within.
A work of scale while at its heart dealing with fleeting human encounters and touch. A theme and format raising all sorts of concerns and personal fears while also opening up to liberating intimacy.
The costume had to fit and adapt to any imaginable body shape, be pleasant to wear, washable between performances and easy to maintain. We had over 200m custom printed fabric produced, cut in Copenhagen and sewn together in London by various makers.