The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
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The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave
The New Adventures of Havoc In Heave

The New Adventures of Havoc In Heaven III
animation projected on smoke 

Beauty of Distance: Songs of Survival In A Precarious Age--17th Biennale of Sydney
Sydney Opera House 
May 14, 2010
 

During the opening week of the Biennale of Sydney, a spectacular smoke projection beamed an animated image of the Monkey King Sun Wukong, a popular and irreverent figure in Chinese mythology, onto a cloud of smoke in the sky. The movement of the smoke was choreographed by the graceful movements of a trained martial artist. Constantly coalescing and dissolving in form, the Monkey King revealed himself over the audience in a poetic and playful fusion of tradition and technology. 

© 2019 Jennifer Wen Ma

Jennifer Wen Ma

Littlemeat Productions

New York, NY

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