Studio Biscoe creates art, interactions and visualisations across theatre, dance, music and installation. We work with live audio/video streams, projection mapping, 3D games engines, animation, analogue and digital electronics to realise stunning original works, both as solo projects and in transdisciplinary collaborations with musicians, composers, choreographers, dancers, theatre makers, scientists and technologists.
Our work crosses geographical boundaries, with projects realised across Europe and in North America. Though we strive to be apolitical, non-judgmental and secular, we are not without strong opinions: we are not frightened to question through art the world we live in and the human condition.
Networked performance (also known as distributed, cyber or telepresence performance) the real-time synthesis of performers and audiences at two or more locations as a unified reality. Studio Biscoe is at the forefront of artistic and technical innovations in networked performance, creating and supporting network enabled performance that draws on practices of dance, music and theatre.
We are investigating and practicing new approaches to the exploration of the distributed and networked performance space: questioning the real and the virtual; the layering of virtual and augmented realities; the importance of site specificity; the coalescence of performers and audiences within these virtually connected physical spaces.