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antiquated Augmented Reality

Light artist Christine Marie draws the audience into an immersive world dominated by 30- foot tall figures that come to vivid 3-D life.

Viewed through your fashionable 3-D glasses, the exquisite ensemble of performers seems to do the impossible
—reach out live—
yet Marie uses a non-digital stereo imaging technique she reinvented by drawing on ancient and spellbinding effects, each beautifully revealed.  

Audience reaction to seeing non-digital, live 3D visuals, in real-time.

Q & A at Sundance

  with curator Shari Frilot

Artist and Inventor, Christine Marie.


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Performance at the Creative Technology Center in the Los Angeles Brewery.

"A striking example of pure kinetic performance." 


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“Halfway through, you're prompted to put on your glasses. And somehow—and I have no idea how—Marie uses a special lighting instrument to make the shadows become three-dimensional. Honestly, I have never seen a more stunning 3D effect (and, yes, I saw Avatar). 
-NY Theater Review

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(a)A.R. began as a project of the
McEvoy Foundation for the Arts.
Executive producer, Nion McEvoy.​
Further developed with support from the REDCAT NOW festival and the Creative Technology Center.
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Featured ensemble Taylor Unwin, Samantha Blaze, Camila Arana, and Melissa Ferrari. Dev Kumar.

Primary composition by Daniel Corral. Select tracks by Laraaji and Kaitlin Auroria Smith.

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