To me, “The Woman Standing on the Moon” is a story of fragmented lives trying to become whole. And when Mary tries to make a film on soldiers returning from Iraq, she exposes this same fragmentation in the documentary process. Every subject chooses what to reveal of him or herself, and how. Then the filmmaker takes what is shown and edits it, making further choices on how that subject is seen by others.
Review from the Washington Post, said Kevin had "excellent projections, on the floor and on a large screen behind the stage area, imaginatively."
Dramatize the inner fantasy and dreamlife of a silent, plantlike creature in this fairy tale dance/theater work. Referencing everything from gothic/horror to Technicolor Musicals, merge dreamlife onscreen seamlessly with live action onstage.
To see a video of this piece please click on the Projection Design Video link.
To see a clip from this piece, please click on Projection Design Video link.
Time lapse photography, shot in beautiful High-Definition video at several well-known yacht clubs, exactly replicates the feeling of sundown as glimped out the “window” of a projection screen.