Best known for the mesmerizing roller skating choreography in Chet Faker's "GOLD", Appelusa is an internationally exhibited multi media artist, voice-over artist, roller skating coach and choreographer. Her now famous roller skating skills come from a long family history in the industry.
She most recently produced and directed in the first U.S. Synaesthesia Dance Experience: 4D multisensory show to a sold out venue in Culver City, CA, as part of a six week international exhibition on the neurological trait synaesthesia. This performance was 100% crowdfunded and presented by the International Association of Synaesthetes, Artists, and Scientists.
For her individual skating performance, she custom built LED costumes for the skaters to exemplify the aura's she sees as a synesthete. The skaters skated in darkness, creating shapes that depicts another form of synesthesia for the featured song "Light Up and Go" by Portrait XO.
To see more of her performance art, please visit www.appelusamcglynn.com
Synaesthesia Dance Experience:
4D multisensory show
Producer/Artistic Director/Roller Skating Choreographer
Synaesthesia Dance Experience premiered October 1st 2017 at the Actors Gang Theatre in Culver City, CA as one of many exciting events during a two month synaesthesia international exhibition entitled Synaesthesia: What is the taste of the color blue?
SDE is the first of its kind to showcase synesthete dancers, visual artists, choreographers, and multi media art as an immersive 4D multisensory show for the audience. What is synesthesia? A neurological phenomena affecting only about 4% of the population!
Synaesthesia: what is the taste of the color blue? is presented by Building Bridges Art Exchange,
Art Sci UCLA, and the International Association of Synaesthetes, Artists, and Scientists, of which Appelusa is a founding member and the Performance Curator.