Random Dance Company joined forces with ADI and Deborah Bull at the Royal Opera House, and dancers from The Royal Ballet to bring a mixed bill of Wayne McGregor's work to the Linbury Theatre. Terry Braun was commissioned to create a new film based on his multi-camera recording of all three works.

Duo:logue is a trio of works celebrating McGregor's distinctive choreographic voice while featuring some of the very best classical and contemporary dancers around today. The programme included Symbiont(s) - winner of Time Out's Outstanding Contribution to Dance Award, Aeon and the newest work of the three - Brainstate.

July 30th 2001 - Duo:logue was shown on the large screen outside the Royal Opera House in the piazza in Covent Garden

"100% sizzle, the most vivid ballet choreography to be seen in a long, long time. Dangerous, compelling, fast and extreme. Utterly splendid."
Time Out

"This is drastic, outlandish classicism, performed by superb dancers who might be a human species evolved as a futuristic offshoot"
The Independent

Image from 'Brainstate'

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Video extract from 'Aeon'

Choreography - Wayne McGregor
Film Direction and Projections - Terry Braun
Lighting Design: Lucy Carter
Costume Design: Ben Maher
Music: Andy Cowton, zoviet*france, Slam, Marin Marais & Alberto Inglesias, Amon Tobin, Biosphere
Performed by: Dancers of the Royal Ballet and Random Dance

Braunarts Company Directors: Terry Braun and Gabi Braun
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