The Prismago in-house production deals with the psychic and physical perception of fever. It adds the visual element of fever hallucinations to David Sonton Caflisch’s composition.
Based on the sound ideals of the composition, Prismago chose an aesthetic approach which is reminiscent of the expressionism of the 20th century, working with the contrasts of black and white. The production is conceived as two periods of five minutes each in which the images of the feverish delirium are distinguished by lighting and rhythmic impulse. The choreographer Vanessa Huber and the dancer Helena M. Fernandino were able to capture these images with movement patterns which are at the same time sensual but also oppressive.
“Fieber” was produced in close cooperation with the choreographer Vanessa Huber and the dancer Helena M. Fernandino. Prismago was responsible for the direction, the production, and the cut.