Posted on April 29, 2011
Lilián Pineda De Ávila/Halldór Heiðar Bjarnason
La Casa Adentro (The House Inside)
La Casa Adentro is an audio-dance installation where the choreography is seen through the ears as an intent of a synesthetic experience for the audience. The dancers were recorded with a Binaural audio technique which allows the sound of the movement to be heard in a spacial way and that places each member of the audience in the center of the choreography at the same time. This recording technique does not require any post-production or special effects.
La Casa Adentro was first shown as a live performance where the dancers were in a room above the audience. In real time it was also heard by people around the world that connected with their headphones to the web page of the piece. This installation has no post-production or special effects.