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Lapage and the image

We’ve always been more associated with image, and our physical work,’ he says of Ex Machina, the company he founded 15 years ago. We have always been as much fascinated by text, music and voice, but I guess because our visual sense is stronger, it kind of eclipses sound in the work. Lipsynch is still, of course, highly visual (you are who you are), but in this show, what’s important is what comes to the ears before what comes to the eyes.

Robert Lepage http://lacaserne.net speaking in The Australian, 2 January 2009 http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,24863143-16947,00.html

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