Wayne Mcgregor Random Dance

Wayne McGregor | Random Dance was founded in 1992, then Random Dance, and became the instrument upon which Wayne McGregor evolved his drastically fast and articulate choreographic style. It was during his major trilogy "The Millennarium" (1997), "Sulphur 16" (1998) and "Aeon" (2000) that the company became a byword for its radical approach to new technology – incorporating animation, digital film, 3D architecture, electronic sound and virtual dancers into the live choreography. Collaborations with leading multi-disciplinary artists enriched Random’s futurist aesthetic and dramatically enlarged the possibilities of dance.
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