The 405's Alex Kozobolis made his way to the Kachette in Shoreditch to capture the the audio-visual installation Colour Choir, which was put together by Py. Check out the photos below, along with more information on the event.


"Colour Choir was an audio-visual installation from artist & musician Jade Pybus (Py), developed in creative partnership with Nathan Prince of Silent Studios and longtime Radiohead collaborator Andi Watson. Using a full spectrum of coloured light and 3D sound, this sensory experience explored the relationship between voice, colour and space.

"Each night, Py performed live with every note and harmony of her voice visualised through 13 light sculptures placed around a railway arch, representing members of a choir. During the day the installation was open to the public. Visitors were able to interact with the installation and create their own arrangement of vocal harmonies, creating a choir of colour and sound, reinterpreting Py's story.

"All music composed, produced and mapped to the space by Py and Throwing Snow. Code and software written by Andreas Müller from Nanika. Produced by Electric Theatre Collective and One House Studios. Made possible by funding from Arts Council England."


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