Hopscotch For A Fish
~ Participative Performance
@ DAT Festival, Berlin
A poetic interactive performance, Hopscotch For A Fish hacks its environment by inviting the audience to shape the landscape. This ritual for inner children and robotic fish generates its own audiovisual score made of setting sun, moving lights and electromagnetic interferences. It was performed during DAT Festival in October 2017.
'You can't stop the future, you can't rewind the past.
The only way to learn the secret is to press play.'
~ Jay Asher
Direction & choreography: Diana Neranti
Performance: Rike Flämig & Diana Neranti