Based in Liverpool, Kazimier Productions create interdisciplinary multimedia shows for a variety of contexts, from intimate immersive theatre, to mass audience outdoor spectacles. Kazimier Productions work on bespoke commissions for a wide range of national clients as well as devising our own in-house productions pooling resources from across a huge network of artistic collaborators.
The Kazimier was formed in 2007, staging night-time parties in their Liverpool city centre base - The Kazimier Club. Fusing elements of clubbing, theatre, experimental performance and fine art, the aim was to create a new form of ceremony - ritual experiences that would lead audiences through euphoric and psychedelic states using a mixture of art, technology, and performance.
Following the demolition of The Kazimier Club in January 2016 Kazimier Productions has embarked creating a new home - Invisible Wind Factory - a ‘cultural theme park of the future’ - an ever developing destination for visitors, artists and tourists. In May 2016 the Invisible Wind Factory opened with an immersive, high-concept piece of theatre “Omphalos - Energy Eternal”, combining state of the art lighting & sound technology, music, drama and design.
Kazimier Productions has grown into a large team of artistic collaborators producing unique events across the UK, equipped with a workshop, studio and electronics lab for the fabrication of custom commissions and installations.
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The Kazimier's initial source of inspiration can be interpreted twofold:
Russian avant-garde artist Kazimir Malevich; inventor of a striking, stark personal style, whose work aimed for the supremacy of pure feeling and spirituality; and the Kazimier district of Krakow; its timeless, ancient Jewish quarter housing a circular market square, countless tucked-away eateries, drinkeries, and places of reverie.
Both entities are utterly 'of' their respective times and places, yet also transcend their locus in our known Universe...