Justice will debut new “space opera’ at SXSW
It's a film adaptation of the duo's 'Woman Worldwide' live show...
Justice have confirmed plans to debut a new film called 'Iris' at this year's SXSW in Texas.
The film, which is described as a space opera, is directed by Andre Chemetoff and Armand Beraud and offers an adaptation of the duo's Woman Worldwide live show which they toured through 2017 and 2018 in support of their album of the same name.
"It revolves around a floating structure comprised of 13 independent moving frames, each one featuring four rotating panels of LEDs, mirrors and traditional warm lights which offer infinite combinations," says SXSW's description of the film. "The structure is in constant evolution over the duration of the show and proposes several new visual landscapes on every track performed. The footage is captured with the precision and patience of a rigorous documentary about the cosmos."
'Iris' sees Justice perform music from their most recent album without an audience in an empty space. It will debut at SXSW on March 13th.
Catch up on our recent feature celebrating 15 years of Ed Banger through 15 key releases here. Early last year, Justice were one of 50 artists asked by Levi's to design custom denim jackets.
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