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Projection-Mapped Choreographed Kung-Fu Fight Between Man and His Shadow

Pixel n’ Pepper’s latest performance took place at the Hamdan International Photography Award in

Pixel n’ Pepper‘s latest performance took place at the Hamdan International Photography Award in Dubai. The piece dubbed Black & White features a dancer who is challenged to a kung fu battle by his own shadow, digitally projected onto the wall behind him. Halfway through the battle, a second dancer gets drawn into the brawl, turning the performance into a frenetic brawl one might imagine in a cross-over between Dragon Ball Z and Tron. Pixel n’ Pepper have created digital projects for operas, concerts, animations and installation art. Enjoy their latest repertoire above and share your thoughts below.

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