DDI Setup At Smukfest

August 2nd, 2009 Ed Hunsinger Posted in Appearances, Dance Dance Immolation 31 Comments »

The Denmark crew has arrived at Smukfest and we spent a jet-lagged day setting up Dance Dance Immolation on a raft. Yes, a raft! Ian setup his camera to take an awesome time-lapse video of the setup process:

DDI Smukfest Setup Timelapse from Interpretive Arson on Vimeo.

The break in the middle where everyone disappears is lunch (though you can see Nicole coming back to check on it while we’re all gone, because she’s like that). The blue tarps went on when it began to drizzle. The video ends just as Ian and Jonathan are walking the inspectors from the Danish Technological Institute through the system (with their 12 year old daughter!) They approved us, though they tell us they need to see our test run Tuesday night. Just to be sure, you understand.

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Off to Denmark…

July 31st, 2009 Ed Hunsinger Posted in Appearances, Dance Dance Immolation, Events 168 Comments »

Skanderborg, Denmark
Skanderborg, Denmark

The Denmark crew of Interpretive Arson is on its way across the ocean to shoot Danes with fire! We’ll be in Skanderborg for 10 days, setting up, running, and tearing down Dance Dance Immolation. If you know anyone that lives out in that area of the world, tell them to come check it out! Here’s our official page on Smukfest’s site for those of you that can read Danish.

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2πr on G4 TV

July 23rd, 2009 Ed Hunsinger Posted in 2πr, 2pir, Appearances No Comments »

Interpretive Arson and 2πr made it on G4 TV in a segment on the recent Fire Arts Festival! That’s our very own Jonathan Stray attempting to talk over the loud whumps of the 16 flame effects of 2pir.

And relatedly, Jonathan also has some interesting reflections on fire art over on his blog.

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