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Arts and Culture, CreaTech

February 18, 2021

Liminality dance in 360°

4π Productions take you behind the scenes at Liminality - a cross-cultural dance project choreographed by Wales-based dance artists Kim Noble and Hugh Stanier for the UK India Year of Culture.

Liminality featured a cast of over 20 dancers whose performances were captured in Wales and India with 360° camera technology.

The resulting dance films were presented via 4π Production's Dance Dome platform, a portable 360° cinema that wraps dance around the viewer to create a unique immersive experience.

Presented as part of The British Council's series on Artists and Technology.