LA Times/Under Polaris

Cloud Eye Control joins the traditional and futuristic

"'They are truly exemplary in their interdisciplinary approach to finding a new way to tell a story,' Murphy says. "Their blend of original music and thoughtful theatrical elements is unique." 

REDCAT decided to co-commission a full-length work, along with the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art. The project got a kick-start when Portland philanthropist Leslie B. Durst offered to fund a three-month residency for Cloud Eye Control in her city. She stipulated that the work be related to the North Pole, because of her personal affinity for polar bears."