2019, Video installation, LED screen The Music Centre, Los Angeles The Living Archive is an experiment between Studio Wayne McGregor and Google Arts and Culture – a tool for choreography powered by machine learning which generates original movement inspired by Wayne’s 25-year archive.
First shown at Sadler’s Wells, London. Scenography, Aluminium, LED battens, projectors Autobiography, a contemporary dance production by choreographer Wayne McGregor, is an abstract meditation on aspects of self, life and writing, a non-linear approach to a life story refracting both remembered pasts and speculative futures. The scenography created for the work encompasses a kinetic suspended aluminium lattice […]
London Coliseum, 2019 Video installation, LED screen. The bridging point between Baroque and the new vivid dramatic works of the classical period, Gluck’s melodies helped secure the Orpheus myth as one of the cornerstones of opera. Williams created a video installation as part of Wayne McGregor’s production of the opera, an exploration of grief and loss in […]
Los Angeles, 2020. Music Video. As artists and also a married couple passionate about queer representation, Ti and Catherine aligned their creative practice and personal life when approached by Madame Gandhi to direct and co-star in her music video for See Me Thru —a song about queer love. They designed each scene of the video […]
Los Angeles, 2017. Film. Commissioned by Robot Koch and Little Ashes as the official video for their single, The Big Now is a merge of installation art and performance, bodies and materials. The film follows the evolution of embodied feelings from a state of separation and distraction, to one of unity and presence.