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With Phos, Gladyszewski probes the psychophysiology of visual perception and the phenomenon of retinal persistence.   Within this work, light, movement, and memory become the base materials, and impermanence its underlying backdrop.A craftsman of light, Gladyszewski builds his own tools and optical instruments in order to explore questions surrounding the image-making consciousness.  Inside a precisely–controlled environment containing an immense photo-sensitive canvas, a numeric paintbrush, and a video-thermal projection system, he has created a universe referencing the language of photography [and painting].  The spectator will be guided through this black box in order to experience perceptual phenomena melding the formal and the immaterial with a state of reverie. 


Concept, choreography and video Stéphane Gladyszewski

Assistant director and projectionnist Justine Ricard

Sound Michel F Côté

Light Jean Jauvin

Performers at the creation Martin Bélanger et Lucie Vigneault 

Dramaturgy Peter James 

Programming and electronics expect Artificiel inc. + Samuel St-Aubin 

Video installation Stéphane Gladyszewski 

Crane building Dix2 + Stéphane Gladyszewski (nased on a concept by Pierre Tabib)

Numeric Brush Artificiel inc.

Designer Simon Martin 

Imaging Stéphane Gladyszewski

Costume design and props Marie-Claude Jalbert 


Production Stéphane Gladyszewski

Coproduction Festival TransAmériques


Administrative and Development support Daniel Léveillé Danse as part of its sponsorship project

Created in 2015

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