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	&#39;The Edward Curtis Project&#39; by Marie Clements. Best Design Award, Critics Choice, Canada 2012-13</p>

'The Edward Curtis Project' by Marie Clements. Best Design Award, Critics Choice, Canada 2012-13

 

 

Jamie is an award-winning visual designer for live performance. She began designing interactive video works for live performance in 2001 with a live film commission for an orchestral performance by Vancouver New Music Society, in Canada. Jamie has since been regularly commissioned to design for dance, theatre, opera, orchestra and new music performance.

Canada

  • Marie Clements/Red Diva Productions
  • Ballet BC
  • Joe Ink Dance
  • Gesture4
  • Martha Carter/mmHoP
  • Jai Govinda/Mandala Arts
  • Vancouver New Music Society
  • The Only Animal Theatre Company
  • Judith Marcuse Projects
  • Link Dance
  • Nu:BC Ensemble
  • Standing Wave Ensemble
  • Susan Kozel
  • The Virtual Stage
  • Baroque Modern Opera
  • Hard Rubber Orchestra

Europe

  • Richard Strange & Gavin Bryars/Queen Elizabeth Hall (London/UK)
  • Gestalt Arts Modern Opera/Asylum Peckham (London/UK)
  • Alex Nowitz/Fabrik Theatre (Berlin/Germany)
  • Susan Kozel/Incult Arts (Barcelona/Canada)

Awards

  • THE EDWARD CURTIS PROJECT Capital Critics Award (Canada), Best Design (Projections) 2012-13
  • GESTURE4 Top 12 Arts Events of 2007 Vancouver, Georgia Straight Awards.
  • SPANK Jessie Award Nomination, Best Technical Design, BC 2007
  • GRACE Isadora Award for innovation in choreographic work, BC 2006
  • GRACE Best Foreign Show, Korean Marginal Theatre Festival, Korea 2006

 

Booking Agent: René Coetzer Artist Management

 

Reviews and Accolades

  • "An amazing performance! It is a night of original concepts and enormous talents. The great song arrangements, new sounds, incredible voice ranges of the female singers, plus 3D visuals, made The Road Forward a smashing success."
    "This evening’s sold out performance is entertainment at its best. I was impressed by the variety in the show. There is the colourfully attired native dancer in traditional native dress who dances right around the perimeter of the audience, musicians, singers and 3D images. The audience is made a part of the production simply by having the dancer in the audience and drummers who enter from the back of the theatre. 3D glasses were passed out to the audience individually while 3D native images appeared on the screen at the back of the stage." 'The Road Forward' PuSh International Festival. Review Vancouver, Karen Fitzgibbon

  • "The images are stunning!"  Theatre Director, Robert Wilson, 'Language is a Virus from Outer Space', by Richard Strange and Gavin Bryars, Oct 2014

  • "The Edward Curtis Project is a distinct blend of it’s narrative and it’s imagery. Both the lighting and the visuals – photos and occasionally subtle video being projected onto one of a dozen or more different sized screens (and sometimes the cast members themselves) – make for a unique and wonderful visual experience. It’s always cool to see shows take strong advantage of modern technologies in a big, immersive way that doesn’t feel like an add-on or gimmick and, here, the visuals in The Edward Curtis Project are as much a part of the experience of the show as the narrative itself." The Edward Curtis Project, The Production, Ottawa, 2013

  • "a phenomenal multi-disciplinary theatre production" The Edward Curtis Project, Ottawa Weekender

  • "an ambitious and visually stunning production" "a phantasmagoria of magical stage effects" "one of the most magnificently beautiful combination of sets and visual effects I have ever seen." The Edward Curtis Project, Capital Critics Circle

  • "a unique and wonderful visual experience. It’s always cool to see shows take strong advantage of modern technologies in a big, immersive way that doesn’t feel like an add-on or gimmick and, here, the visuals in The Edward Curtis Project are as much a part of the experience of the show as the narrative itself." The Edward Curtis Project, The Production Ottawa

  • "The production is a real gem. If you intended to only see one play this year, I would recommend this one!" The Edward Curtis Project, The Charlebois Post