"Fade Out" is a theatrical installation by John Panagiotou.
This piece of art, works as an 8 channel installation of a radio play and gives a new perspective on it. The actor’s words work as a musical material for the composition of music. Angle triangles with hand and knee imprints on them, a piano, a door and many other objects placed in the middle of the room, reference to the remainings of an in-progress or finished play with actors that never appear.
Both the sound and the visual part of this installation, make an immersive situation and the audience can walk around and shape its experience from its perspective. The project discusses issues of immersion, narration, repetition, and perception.
Do we leave something behind just because we fall even if it is unfinished?
installation's full audio track: soundcloud.com/john-panagiotou/fade-out-installation
Video documentation: Alia-Lauren Clain
Installation's concept and music composition: John Panagiotou
Installation's creation: Shirley Wilson
Actors: Sandra Gidlöf & Rosie Clark
Costume designer: Myrrin Hunter Urie
Sound engineer: Andrew Jackson
Light designer: Peter Goddard
Rigger: Lewis Douglas
Exhibited as a free student project at the Royal Concervatoire of Scotland at Bridge Week Festival 2018.