Soma is the most recent work of Bristol-based choreographer Lisa May Thomas.
Soma is an hour-long participatory experience that takes participants on a sensory journey and offers them the opportunity to explore different ways of ‘seeing’ and ‘feeling’ across physical, virtual and imagined realities.
Bringing together an experienced team of professional dancers whose individual practices contribute to the delivery of the work, Soma combines the skills of creative technologist Clarice Hilton, creative technology studio All Seeing Eye, and interactive sound and composition designs from Tom Mitchell and Joseph Hyde. The project is funded by Arts Council England and The Brigstow Institute at the University of Bristol.
Photo by by Leticia Valverdes.