April 9, 2012
Join us at the Maritime Museum on April 9 for a special free evening performance in the Small Craft Gallery or outside in the anchor yard.
The Small Craft Gallery will be open between 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm for two performances, at 8:00 pm and 9:00 pm.
A large-scale projection pulls us into the haunting and tragic story of the maiden voyage of the Titanic with layers of animation and historical images. Combined with live dance performance and captured by infrared camera, they are woven into ghostly images using real-time video processing.
This abstract narrative retells a story of courage and the ensuing darkness that overtook them on that fateful night. The immersive sound score draws into the emotion of the event and underwater imagery pulls us down to the final resting place and into the Depths of Sorrow.
Audiences may view either from inside the museum in the Small Craft Gallery or outside the museum on the waterfront in front of the anchor yard.
A multimedia performance with visual artist and animator Susan Tooke, audio/visual composer Lukas Pearse, and dance artist Veronique MacKenzie. Visitors can experience the performance either outside or in the Small Craft Gallery (other exhibit areas will be closed).
Supported by Titanic 100, Halifax Dance, and Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.
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