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Martha Clarke’s Kaleidoscope
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Origin

Martha Clarke

Type

Kaleidoscope

Effects

Releases user’s dreams and thoughts into reality

Downsides

User becomes lost and stranded in their realized fantasy

Activation

Looking into

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Alhazen-576H

Aisle

754663-1485

Shelf

347109-2649-400

Date of Collection

May 9, 2004

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OriginEdit

Martha Clarke is an American theater director and choreographer noted for her multidisciplinary approach to theatre, dance, and opera productions. She is the creator of plotless, dreamlike works that are perhaps described by the term "moving paintings”. Her work frequently emphasizes striking visual displays, often directly inspired by visual art, especially painting. Though dance is the primary basis of Clarke's training, she has maintained a career that spans dance, theater, the visual arts, and opera. Probably her best-known original work is The Garden of Earthly Delights an exploration in theatre, dance, music and flying of the same Hieronymus Bosch painting.

EffectsEdit

Projects the user’s thoughts and dreams into the world in the most whimsical and colorful variation available. Draws power by from the creativity and fantastical indulgence the user possesses. The constructs maintain their form and grow in scale depending on the number of people witnessing them. When enough people are watching, the amount that can fit inside the closest theater, the downside kicks in. The world will slowly seal itself off from bystanders and effectively trap the user within their own creation. The barrier is impassible to all solid elements and can only be deactivated when either the user willingly dismantles their work or is rendered incapable of higher brain function, cutting off the artifact’s connection.

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