All Points Between was a seminal live cinema project created by The Light Surgeons with onedotzero in 2001.
It was a feature length performance which circumnavigated the world through a series of capsule narratives and audio visual tracks. Mixing social-political essay with digital art, the project responded to a range of global issues and different personal perspectives. It was also one of the first live digital art projects to respond to the immediate aftermath of 9/11.
The project incorporated and exploded The Light Surgeons' short films Thumbnail Express and The City of Hollow Mountains [both onedotzero commissions] and was woven together with electronic soundtrack by audio artist and DJ Scanone.
The commission was presented as a multi-screen theatrical performance in theaters, galleries and media art festivals. The technical production involved traversing old and new media from analogue to digital with live video mixing, 35mm slides sequences, 16mm film projection, shadow play, live music and turntablism.
The performance was commissioned and developed by onedotzero and was toured internationally between 2001 and 2003 at such respected venues such as SFMOMA San Francisco and the Moderna Museet Stockholm and festivals like the World Wide Video Festival in Amsterdam.
Collaborating Audio Visual Artists included: Christopher Thomas Allen, Jude Greenaway, James Price and Robert Rainbow.
A full documentation of this performance was included in the “Lost Leader” DVD, published by Gasbook in Japan.
The project lead to many more A/V and Live Cinema performances by The Light Surgeons including the recent SuperEverything*.
Commissioned and produced by onedotzero