Thursday afternoon, the American Dance Festival released the tantalizing first details of choreographer SHEN WEI‘s new work, whose world premiere next Thursday is easily anticipated as one of the high points of ADF’s 2011 season. It’s name is LIMITED STATES. Rumors concerning a video component designed by the choreographer are now confirmed, and parents in the viewing audience may want to know the new work involves nudity.

But the big reveal—thus far—is that patrons who attended his company’s two performances in June at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art may have gotten more than just a peek into the work’s closing section. More on that in a moment.

For the most part, the available information leaves us with an intriguing array of question marks. We’ve learned that a New York-based media design firm, Fake Love, is credited with video projection effects and production. After digging a bit into Fake Love’s track record, we found a group whose “experiential designs” have involved projecting arresting visuals onto a cloud of 500 balloons for a Microsoft rollout, CG-enhanced media support and commercials for fashion designers and high-line cosmetics, the History Channel and Google, as well as atmospheric animated and video backdrops for Girl Talk and Phantogram’s concert tours.