_ART: C.a.p.e. Drop_Dog Release: 2016

C.a.p.e. Drop_Dog is a virtuality performance, created by the Brussels live-art collective  CREW , inspired by two texts of Dutch writer  Tonnus Oosterhoff.

Using state-of-the-art technology,  C.a.p.e. Drop_Dog teleports the visitor to the stage and into the core of two short stories. No longer sitting and reading in a comfy seat, you are'immersed'in a 360° story that develops whilst you are moving. This continuous process of looking, reading, listening and moving produces a complex reading experience and a pleasantly uncomfortable feeling of being in two different, but parallel, worlds at once.

Whilst you travers the concrete floors of the exhibit space in what looks to others as a strange human-cyborg dance, you experience fear of heights in your body, you will see a view from a balcony whilst overhearing some conversations, you interchange perspective with dogs up to a threatening level; you will experience the fragility of our existence, human-nature and perception, C.a.p.e. Drop_Dog delivers two transformative stories that shift one's perception about location, personal space and time.

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