By Daniel Santangeli, with sound design by Rosalind Hall and set and costume by Yvette Turnbull
Supported through Punctum Inc’s Seedpod Residency Program, this work-in-progress begins in 1983 with your release from Vesta, a prison just beyond Mars.
Blind Spot unfolds backwards through time – taking you through 11 years in prison, into your court trials, past the media frenzy, and clipping your arrest – descending towards the crime itself.
This interactive work captures a series of events set in motion back on Earth: a failed get-rich-quick scheme, a clumsy kidnapping and a botched ransom collection…
You said you weren't involved, twelve of your peers said otherwise.
Moving through a series of haunting and tactile installations, audiences travel through a science-fiction set in the past, exploring a social architecture that has cornered some into having everything to gain and nothing to lose.
A work in progress, Blind Spot is the latest work by director Daniel Santangeli (Room 328, Wheyface), with sound design by Rosalind Hall and set and costume by Yvette Turnbull.
“Image by Eugene Howard featuring Peter Fraser”.