Spark follows contemporary experimental dance troupe Kunst-Stoff as they attempt to understand sightlessness in a new piece that keeps changing up to the last minute.
Then go on a drive with John Chiara, who takes photography to an interesting limit by using a large-scale camera that has to be towed to and from locations.
And go to the studio of legendary sound duo Matmos while they create a new work for the LA Museum of Natural History.
Finally, meet Ala Ebtekar, who explores identity by blending hip-hop imagery with Iranian images.
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Super-size it with photographer John Chiara, whose camera is so large that he has to tow it on a flatbed trailer.
Follow experimental dance troupe Kunst-Stoff as they undergo the unpredictable and revealing process of creating new work.
Find out how sound duo Matmos create their unique sound environments -- you may be surprised.
Explore identity with Ala Ebtekar who blends hip hop imagery with Iranian images.
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