III involves a collection of works for stage and installation created by composer John MacCallum and choreographer Teoma Naccarato, in collaboration with dancers, musicians, and designers across disciplines. Each iteration of III involves the appropriation of biosensors such as stethoscopes and electrocardiograms, in order to construct a context for intimate and uncertain encounters between performers, and with audience. All of the works in III implicate visitors beyond visual consumption, towards shared touch, sound, and movement.
Each piece in III is itself multiple, and individual sections from a performance, or aspects of an installation (e.g. the music, choreography, or sculpture) may be shared separately or in alternate combinations with one another, such that the boundaries of each element are reconfigured to produce an unfamiliar event.