Trinity Laban, London
Totally Wired was a project initially based around the concept of transforming a room into an enormous, string instrument, through the use of long wires, creating an immersive experience for the participants. Dance and music were both to be investigated within the space with no particular aims, apart from the pure essence of exploration.
Through a series of experiments and improvisational explorations, The Bow (a 2-metre, one-string instrument) was created and provided a starting point to a durational installation and structured improvisation performed on the final day of the process. The project allowed to break the barrier between music and dance through concentrating on the act of performing music itself.