Four performances created with Fee Christoph experimenting with interactive tech, projection design, and 3D modeling. 
We designed and performed each piece while studying at the University of Michigan's Interarts Performance Program.
Original projection design
Using Pure Data, live audio triggered the projected mouth to open and close.
Audience members read from our script, their words causing our mouth to open and close.
Live video delay designed in TouchDesigner
Fee Christoph and I
Armatures modeled in Rhino, built around 3D scans of our bodies, then laser cut and assembled.
These armatures served as screens for projection.
Handbill distributed during the performance
Fee and I were the video designers for the University of Michigan's production "Night and Day."
We created video content for five television monitors as well as generating live video of the performers on stage.
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