Terra Nova is a live art project combining a theatrical performance, a
visual experience and an immersive adventure. A narrative guides 55
visitors through a physical and mental experience. Central to this
narrative are the functioning of the brain and the metaphor of explorer
R. F. Scott's dramatic trip to the South Pole. Moving from theatrical
scenes into immersive experiences, audience members will become part of a
bizarre expedition taking place in their own brains.
Crew is a company that operates on the border between art and
science and between performance art and new technology. The Terra Nova
concept was developed by the multimedia artist Eric Joris. The text was
written by Flemish writer, playwright and poet Peter Verhelst and read
by actor Robby Cleiren. Eric Joris and actor/director Stef De Paepe were
responsible for the storyboard and stage direction.
In collaboration with Rotterdamse Schouwburg.
Terra Nova Crew - DEAF 2012 from DanaV on Vimeo.
Video by Dana Verbaan and Maite Klis, part of the DEAF2012 Video Presentations by AV3 (Audio Visual) student team from Willem de Kooning Academy.