In 2016, Renaud Wiser creates Collapse, a period drama, a Southbank Centre commission with New Movement Collective
Dance, architecture, sculpture, film and music combine to reveal a startling new way to see the world. Becoming directly involved in an intimate performance the audience are invited to explore radical technology, movement and live music inside the lesser-known spaces of the Royal Festival Hall.
Acclaimed artists ScanLAB Projects, composer and cellist Oliver Coates and award winning performers of New Movement Collective collaborate. Using pioneering image capture techniques, live and electronic music and striking choreographic imagery, Collapse celebrates the imperfect and accidental in today’s technology dependent world.
Are we survivors or fossils in the journey of tomorrow?
Commissioned by the Southbank Centre, Collapse was proudly supported by The Polish Institute, The Richard Thomas Foundation and Linklaters.
With Special thanks to: English National Ballet, Rambert, Richard Alston Dance Company, The Place Theatre, Brompton Design District, South Kensington Estates, Art Of Disappearing, Siobhan Davies Dance, Caroline Williams, Penny Layden, Hannah Kidd, Charlotte Spencer, Carlo Rizzo, David Kilian Beck, Embassy of Switzerland UK, Anne Marie Keller, Andrew Brentnall and all those who contributed to JustGiving.