WHIST. Photographer: Paul Plews

WHIST. Photographer: Paul Plews

-WHIST

"Powerful, refreshing, exciting. WHIST opens up questions about the future of interactive performance experiences." - Creative Review

“WHIST is a boundary breaking piece, future facing in its use of the medium of VR to develop a new kind of narrative. A truly beautiful, compelling and important work.” - VICE, The Creators Project

★★★★★ "WHIST is not only re-defining what a performance can be, but re-defining potentially the whole economics of performance art." Southside Advertiser

★★★★"Fuses the hi-tech with the primal to create a series of bite-size narratives open to interpretation" Herald Scotland

★★★★★ Bouquets and Brickbats

"An incredible and mysterious experience” CLOT Magazine

"Great experience, definitely recommend” - Londonist / FAD

“Suitably disorientating, great art” - Hedley Swain, Director of South East, Arts Council England

“The most incredible & visionary experience, stranger than a dream - exceptional!” - Barry Hale, Threshold Studios

"Would do it ten times and over!" - Audience member

Other coverage: BBC Scotland interview | LBBOnline | VRInside

 

-WOUND (commissioned by Jasmin Vardimon Company for JV2)

"The experience left a huge impression ... providing unforgettable imagery" - LondonTheatre1

"The innovative choreography and storytelling combined with the atmospheric soundtrack and subtle staging" - Michelle Dee

 

-KAI (short film)

Aoi and Esteban were great collaborators- Huntertv (Interview with Andrew Cumming)

 

-FÜR ELI

AΦE’s work and efforts have been a real eye opener for all of us” -Director of School of Performing Arts at Girne American University

 

- Music video for Padre Ft Jova “Chasing Mirror (Christian Löffler remix)”:

CaptivatingHarder Blogger Faster

 

- The Waldorf Project (multidisciplinary production by Sean Rogg):


Spellbinding experience The Creators Project

 

- Kinbaku (premiered at SPILL live art festival, 2014):

A strikingly original creation - InSuffolk, 2014;

[audience members] were drawn into the piece - The Independent, 2013;

the surreal and intense visual experience” - AYE AYE, 2015

 

- Ototoxic (dance):

1st prize at Aarhus International Choreography Competition (AICC), Denmark, 2010
An innovative voice of choreography- Jury of AICC