The "image technology" is by Jim Campbell, best known locally for his light-and-motion installation atop the Salesforce Tower. The panels, both large and small, were like fragments sprung loose from the nearby skyscraper to ripple and slyly wink their way through "Azoth." At one point, the dancers held them up in a row, tiny virtual dancers in motion across the screens. It was a witty, slightly haunting gloss on technology's omnipresence, even in the highly physical realm of live dance.
Review: Striking lighting and protean design drive world premiere of ‘Azoth’
Steven Winn, San Francisco Chronicle, October 2, 2019