Chroma Keys are giant green screens where the actors record the scenes and everything can be added later as scenery, lights, effects, creating the illusion that the actors are there in the real environment, but actually it is all a composition effects visual with the actors. Chromakey studies want "open another layer" that brings the work to a previous place to the final process, where ideas had not all visual accessories. In cinema, it would be the place where the finishing post production have not yet been processed or added. The north of the research was to dive and find "possible openings or spaces", where we could go in and divert the flow of the choreography, taking it to another place, the place of the earlier, pre, out of nowhere, the studio finally the place of Chroma, hybrid, between the questioning of their subversive way language research, deepening it, as the exposure is really necessary, at times emphasizing the whole by anything and vice versa.
Direction and Coreography Alex Soares
Set Design and video mapping Alex Soares
Music Alex Soares from Murcof, Philip Glass, and Bear McCreary
Costumes, Make-up and Photo Cassiano Grandi
Running time 28 minutes
Premiere january 06th 2011, Centro Cultural São Paulo.