Feeding the Fish Biography
Feeding the Fish, or Flux, is a breathtaking spectacle of choreographed colour where highly technical juggling is fused with dance and cutting edge technology. This completely unique double-act cabaret has been performed in 34 countries around the world.
Beautiful patterns of light are traced through the air during the high-impact stage show as the clubs and Pixel-Poi change colour in perfect synchronisation with the upbeat musical soundtrack. The props are programmed precisely to create a fantastic variety of colourful shapes and laser beams as they are thrown and manipulated by the accomplished jugglers.
The patented LED equipment is designed and can be specially programmed to display a client's logo, colour-branding or choice of text at the high point of the Pixel-Poi finale.
Drawing on the 'Flux', a larger, more visual and even more stunning performance: 'Kaleidoscope' is a strongly choreographed combination of dance, laser manipulation and Pixel-Poi, performed by three dancers to a movingly upbeat classical-fusion soundtrack.
'Kaleidoscope' premiered in early June 2008 and has already been performed at a number of high profile events worldwide including the Horse of the Year Show, the Salle Empire in Monte-Carlo before Prince Albert of Monaco, for the rebranding party of Hong Kong Tourist Board, to launch a new TV channel in Dubai and at the opening of the 'Queens of Egypt' exhibition for the Egyptian Ambassador to France.
Feeding the Fish News
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13th February 2013
Stunning corporate act Feeding the Fish was featured in the final of BBC's Britain's Brightest.
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