Festival d'Automne à Paris

Theatre • Jay Scheib - World of Wires





 

 

World of Wires
Adaptation of  film Welt am Draht 
by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, based on Simulacron-3 dnovel by Daniel F. Galouye

Adaptation and Direction, Jay Scheib
Scenography, Sara Brown
Costumes, Alba Clemente
Sound, Anouschka Trocker
Light and video, Josh Higgason
Caméra, Jay Scheib
Assistant Director, Kasper Sejersen and Laine Rettmer
Stage Manager, Susan Wilson
 
With Winsome Brown, Mikéah Ernest Jennings, Rosalie Lowe, Jon Morris, Ayesha Ngaujah, Laine Rettmer et Tanya Selvaratnam 
 
 

 



World of Wires is the third part of a trilogy entitled “Simulated Cities/Simulated Systems”, created by Jay Scheib at MIT and based on a 1973 science-fiction television series directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder. Scheib, an author, opera composer and stage director, worked jointly with engineers and computer scientists to build a complex performance which challenges our perception of reality.


 

Production Tanya Selvaratnam
Corealisation Maison des Arts Créteil ; Festival d’Automne à Paris
 
World of Wires was developed in residence at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural and Educational Center, TEATRO LATEA, and Building 110: Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Arts Center at Governors Island. World of Wires was presented as a work-in progress at the PRELUDE 2011 Festival.
after  Untitled Mars and Bellona-Destroyer  of Cities, World of Wires is the final part of Jay Scheib's trilogy,  Simulated Cities / Simulated Systems.
 
With the support of ONDA
 
Premiered January 6, 2012 at The Kitchen (New York) 

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© Paula Court, courtesy of The Kitchen

© Paula Court, courtesy of The Kitchen

© Paula Court, courtesy of The Kitchen

© Paula Court, courtesy of The Kitchen

© Paula Court, courtesy of The Kitchen

© Paula Court, courtesy of The Kitchen


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