Revered music icons Justice have won the Grammy for this year's Best Dance/Electronic Album for their recently released Woman Worldwide. The album is a collection of revitalised versions of the duo's best loved songs created in their studio in Paris between legs of their massive world tour.
The award acts as another fitting milestone in the album's trailblazing campaign that also includes the forthcoming ground-breaking feature film IRIS: A Space Opera, which makes its debut at SXSW next month.
This is a 60-minute film of Justice’s 2017-2018 live show, recorded in an empty and invisible space without an audience, focusing exclusively on the impressive production and music. The show has been seen by millions of people around the world. It revolves around a floating structure comprised of 13 independent moving frames, each one featuring 4 rotating panels of LEDs, mirrors and traditional warm lights which offer infinite combinations. The structure is in constant evolution over the duration of the show and proposes several new visual landscapes on every track performed. The footage is captured with the precision and patience of a rigorous documentary about the cosmos.