Part two of a trilogy by experimental artist House of Vnholy, this poetic interpretation of Edgar Allan Poe’s short story Shadow – a Parable, as one person navigates through
time and space, and the dark depths of the theatre.
Stark and gothic, this intimate, immersive performance installation offers a meditation on silence, absence and transcendence. The celebration of secular rituals and the
religious iconography of death and dying are contemplated through potent visual imagery and a haunting vocal and sound composition.
SEER from House of Vnholy on Vimeo.
Created by House of Vnholy
Designed by Matthew Adey
Sound by Jannah Quill
AV by Andre Vanderwert
Costume by Benjamin Hancock
Dramaturgy by Marcel Dorney
Performed by Marcus MacKenzie, Leila Rodgers,
Sarah Aiken and Johnathan Peck
Review by Alison Croggon of Witness Performance
Cargo Collective 2017 — Frogtown, Los Angeles