“A psychedelic, hallucinatory atmosphere… you can leave the LSD at home.” Dagblad van het Noorden

Robots, kinetic sculptures, modified technology and real live sea monkeys populate Robbie Thomson’s new work, inspired by the farthest extent of our perceptions. Infinite Lives turns Kings Place into a science laboratory, as the weird and fascinating objects come to life with special lighting effects, video footage and an irresistible electronic beat, experimenting with the limits of our own consciousness.

“A dense, multi-faceted work combining music, visuals, sculpture and lighting to create an astonishing, one of a kind multi-sensory journey.” The Skinny

A Cryptic commission in partnership with the Grand Theatre, Groningen & CMMAS (Centro Mexicano para la Música y las Artes Sonoras), Mexico, in association with Cove Park.

Premiered in 2017 at the Grand Theatre, Groningen, followed by performances at CMMAS (Centro Mexicano para la Música y las Artes Sonoras), Morelia & CENART (Centro Nacional de las Artes), Mexico City; Sonica Glasgow 2017; Sonica London 2018 and Digital Design Weekend, Jakarta, Indonesia as part of Arts and Technology UK/Indonesia 2016-18.

Kindly supported by: the Grand Theatre Groningen, Anglo Arts, The Hugh Fraser Foundation, British Council, CMMAS, the Embassy of Mexico in the United Kingdom, the Mexican Agency for International Development Cooperation, Hope Scott Trust, The Trades House of Glasgow, The Merchants House of Glasgow & Cove Park. 

Image: Louise Mather