Remixed is a listening party for one, performed across geography and time in a collective experience. Together, we travel down the spine of change. Each audience member receives their own playlist of stories, personalized just for you by our algorithmic DJ, as well as a party gift for use during the performance.
Five years in the making, Remixed gathers stories from all over the globe to explore how we instigate change in our lives, in our communities, and in the world. These pivotal moments are as different as the people who lived them, yet threads of connection emerge. Our experiences of change divide and connect us. In Remixed, we’re listening for the sound of change, and we invite you to join us. What happens when we listen to each other?
Originally conceived as an in-person event, we’re experimenting with a reimagined at-home version for In the Soil Multi (p)Arts Festival. We’re finding new ways to be with our communities by designing a playful hybrid of local geography and digital experience. Therefore, this special presentation is only open to audiences in the four cities where Remixed’s collaborators are based: Ottawa ON, St Catharines ON, Victoria BC and Nanaimo BC. Remixed is an offering to our local communities, and an attempt to create and share together, even when we are so far apart.
In order to help us prepare for you, please book in advance. Registration closes 24 hours before each performance. To participate in Remixed, access to a smartphone or tablet and an internet connection is required.
Remixed is a new creation from the team behind Trophy, an award-winning performance installation presented by In the Soil in 2016. Remixed’s development is ongoing -- join us in June for our digital experiment, and get a sneak peek of what’s to come!
Director/Producer: Sarah Conn
Dramaturg/Collaborator: Laurel Green
Installation Design: Allison O’Connor
Original Music: Simon Labelle
UX/UI & Design: Véronique Claude
Backend Development: Julien Desautels
Mobile Development: Guillaume Saindon
Decade Music Curation: AL Connors
Remixed's development is supported by: the Undercurrents Festival’s Underdevelopment Program, Artengine, Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, and the City of Ottawa.