Doppelgánger is a full colour, stereoscopic, dance-screen installation comprising four projections, directed and choreographed by Liz Aggiss and Billy Crowe.


Shot on location at The New Art Gallery Walsall, Aggiss is plaguedand plagiarised by invasive strangers who are hell-bent on picking on her and making her ordinary activities extra-ordinary.


Doppelgánger is made from over sixteen thousand still photographs, painstakingly assembled into four projections, then sliced and diced and put back together again. Accompanied by hypersound, these multiple projections, aurally and visually, jostle competitively for attention as they endlessly loop.