Then I began to consider ultraviolet as a part of my show. While working on the glowing desk
, I dim the light and show my tricks. I decided to do the same thing with ultraviolet. Ultraviolet bubbles became part of my show, so I was ready to work in this format.
After a while, another problem arose. Imagine the picture: I'm performing in a nightclub with ultraviolet, everything is going well, the bubbles are being blown, the sprays are flying … I'm finishing the show, collecting my props, my lamps too and exit. The soapy blots on the floor after my detergent were washed off for a long time. It did not look very nice.
The next unpleasant situation happened in a cafe. There was an ultraviolet light, which is switched on during dance breaks. That is, during the show it is disabled, and it works only at certain intervals.
Imagine the surprise of the guests who discover glowing spots on their hands, shoes, hair after standing inside an ultraviolet soap bubble. People did not like it at all. Then I saw some photos of my performance … I looked like an Avatar: my hands, my face, all covered in illuminated splashes. On my carpet, too, there were peculiar spots left by my detergent.