Watch a Planetarium Dome Become a Real-Time Audiovisual Canvas
Audiovisual artist Boris Divider got to use the CLM Museum of the Sciences’ dome as his generative art canvas.
160 Light Tubes Create a Giant A/V Experience
The Lyon-based multimedia agency Trafik’s latest installation can result in 160 different soundtracks for viewers, depending on the interaction mode.
Marshmallows, Vodka Syringes, and Lasers, Oh My
Marshmallow Laser Feast's 'Laser Face' installation turns masticating facial expressions into an audiovisual performance.
Video Artist Makes Human Data Writhe Like Liquid Metal
Denial of Service morphs and glitches Kinect footage in the video for personal track "Contour & Shape."
This Sculpture Simulates Politics with Angry, Indecipherable Beeping
Two suited "speaking" figures—with prisms for heads—feature in Georgios Cherouvim's interactive installation, 'Debate.'
A Glitched-Out Dance Performance Takes Over The Armory
Jason Akira Somma's four-part dance and glitch art exhibition at The Park Avenue Armory offered a giltch-perfect exploration of technology and the human body.
An "Out Of Control" Machine Roars To Life In Brussels
The Creators Project presents "Out of Control," the multisensory sci-fi experience from Visual System.
Floating CGI Spheres Throb To A Chaotic Electronic Beat
Misak and ITSU's "Transcendence" is an audio-visual stunner that explodes digital geodesic domes with no remorse.
Dancing 'Silhouettes' Illuminate This Audio-Visual Performance
Using a needle-covered canvas and an advanced light system, new media studio NONOTAK is re-imagining concert visuals.
A/V Installation Re-Imagines The Universe As A Sonic Solar System
Inspired by Plato's theory that each planet has its own unique sonic tone, "Timée" strives to create "new music of the spheres."
Multi-Sensory Installation Explores The Inevitable Rise Of The Super-Machine
Visual System's new project "Out Of Control" imagines a fight between a super computer and mega virus.
Trapeze Performance Matches Aerial Acrobatics With Light And Sound
"Ljós" is a live media performance that lures you into an "unreal space, sparse and confusing."
Matthew James Clarke