The technological background will be provided by CollMot Robotics.
Hungarian sculptor Gábor Miklós Szőke, famous for his giant animal sculptures is responsible for our set design. His totem animals perfectly connect our high tech robotic bird flock to the thematic of the ancient spirit world. 3D mapping and projection will be created by Zsolt Balogh, who was one of the projection designers of the Olympic Opening Ceremony for London 2012. Our custom made laser effects will be supervised by Laser Theatre, Budapest, Hungary who has more than 30 years of experience in this field. The music for the spectacular show will be provided by the band Zagar.
Nina Kov, Artistic Director
Nina Kov is a choreographer, dancer and researcher. She completed her MA in choreography at TrinityLaban in London, where she is based.
Most notable achievements include: Associate Artist and the commission “Divide by Zero” for DanceDigital in 2011, Place Prize semifinalist with “Copter” in 2012, and “Vuong 10”, originally curated by Wayne McGregor | Random Dance in collaboration with Catarina Carvalho.
Her works have been shown at Sadler’s Wells and the Royal Opera House.
As creator of the first ever duet between a dancer and a mini helicopter, Nina is a pioneer in human-machine choreographic interactions. Her recurrent themes include exploring our dual fear/hope relationship with technology, physical communication and the use of choreographic thinking in day-to-day life as well as in a technological framework.
Gábor Miklós Szőke, Sziget Festival 2014
Zsolt Balogh, London 2012 Opening Ceremony
Laser Theatre, Budapest 2013