Fringe Review: collageN is all up to you
Enter the world of collageN! Is it the womb? Is it under the sea? Is it exactly what it feels like to live inside a shopping bag? You get to decide in Laura Strobech's latest performance art piece at PEAKS.
An explorative work built on improvisation and audience interaction, CollageN is going where few have gone before. Laura works hard to navigate the space between comfort zone and the unknown as she invites audiences into a new realm of theatre, one where the way the story goes is really up to you. As she is so comfortable within the work it creates an opening for the audience to fill with their own reactions to the environment.
As this is an artform that requires maximum effort from participants, remember to put your creative face on and step out. There's nothing sweeter than the taste of a communal nectarine so don't be afraid of the consequences, they are few and far between in this fragmented, fractal-esque experience.
No night is the same, so bask in the glory that is Strobech's form, her voice and her movement at one with the space around her. All are welcome here.