Using the universal language of music and dance, Lelavision characters play wih sound, form, and movement to create live experiences. The root word of Lelavision, "Lela," is both a play on the names Ela and Leah and a Sanskrit word
meaning "creation" or "creative spark." Combining modern and aerial dance, music,
theater, and large interactive musical sculptures, Lelavision performances offer
innovative works of awe and whimsy. Lelavision has created
a form and aesthetic that is rooted in a minimalist sensibility in
both sculptural form and music, in the whimsical nature of an inventive spirit, and in the
graceful refinement of choreographed movement.
ELa Lamblin creates unique instruments from metal and other materials.
Covering a broad scope of instrument types and sound-propogating principles, these innovative instruments go beyond the traditional to explore new ways of creating music. As the sculptures are animated by the performers, they become live kinetic art elements for theatrics and spectacle.