In 1998 I co-founded wireframe, a company which made experimental, often installation-based performance.
As a company we made several pieces together: Charles Berlitz’s Passport to Spanish (1972), At Home, North Hill Relay, and The Lusiads.
Although our work was often enthusiastically received, we were ultimately unable to make the company sustainable. Wireframe’s last project was made in 2002. It was an extraordinary early creative adventure: sometimes joyous, sometimes heartbreaking.
Particularly close to my heart was At Home, an intimate installation experience for one person at a time. Here’s what Total Theatre made of it in their review:
“A genuinely unique piece of work… a magical installation, full of the pleasure of playful discovery… pure unadulterated joy”.