Nikola Tesla’s inventions and imaginations crossed boundaries from electricity to wireless communications, from prescient genius to misguided theories. The life he lived spanned an equally wide and tumultuous range.
Harmonic Laboratory’s new mixed-media performance Tesla: Light, Sound, Color uniquely illuminates his life and work through live music, digital animation, dance and physics demonstrations. It will debut at the Hult Center in Eugene on January 10th and 11th. Performances will follow in Portland on January 13th and Bend January 15th. KLCC's Eric Alan speaks with Harmonic Laboratory's choreographer and co-director Brad Garner, and composer and intermedia artist Jon Bellona.