Matt Swoboda, founder of Notch, was pleased with the end result. “Thought-provoking installations such as this one are rising in popularity with performers who want to create an inspiring stage design for a multichannel audience. Dave’s performance shows the impact motion graphics can have in bringing audiences into the story – whether they’re watching live or from behind a screen. Brilliant visuals are able to bridge the gap between the virtual and the physical realm.”
Bluman noted: “Dave’s microphone going down on to the piano and interrupting the light beam revealed the mix of the virtual world and the real world was incredibly powerful.”
“It’s been fantastic to be part of Dave’s journey,” shared Rimell, who felt “humbled” to play a part in the creative process. “I’m happy that a 21-year-old young man from South London got the chance to share his art and voice on an excellent platform like the BRITs.”
It was a sentiment that was echoed by Bronski. “The reaction to the performance has been incredible. Even though we did something tightly scripted and technically challenging, we still created a performance that was all about the artist – his words, emotion and delivery. And, at the end of the day, that’s what it’s all about.”
All content taken from the March 2020 issue of TPi Magazine - click here to read more.