Aggiornamento

 

Finalmente è arrivato ciò che mancava ad accompagnare questa performance. Un’ intervista a Maotik e Fraction della quale vi riportiamo anche la trascrizione.

 

“French Thinker Paul Virilio, who noticed that the influence of technology resulted in the exponential acceleration of humanity, inspired our work. Since all invention has some perverse effects. This will inevitably lead to an accident. Dromos aims to achieve the provocation of a generative accident in an immersive environment.

 

 

“The atypical aspect of this work is that it follows the shape of the Satosphere. It is a unique experience when sound and visual are synchronised. It is a real-time performance with hardly any pre-recorded elements, it is a live show. In such a space as the Satosphere it is all about spherical video that implies a distortion of the image which is rather complex it leads to the creation of content that is similar to a 3D environment. This kind of space has also been a challenge over the last few weeks.

 

“The Satosphere is equipped with a 39 input system. On one side, we have granular sample generating machines and synths that generate a “permanent sound layer” in real-time. On the other side, there is the composition, done in the studio, which accompanies the narration as the artwork unfolds.”

 

 

Creato da Maotik e Fraction, Dromos è una performance audiovisiva che immerge il pubblico in un sistema audio e proiezioni video a 360°. Ispirato al concetto di “dromologia” (la scienza della velocità secondo il filosofo Paul Virillo), questa esperienza di 40 minuti usa l’accelerazione e decelerazione per l’esplorazione del concetto di inerzia integrale che mette in discussione il nostro rapporto con il progresso. Dromos è stato presentato dalla Société des arts technologiques [SAT] durante la quattordicesima edizione del MUTEK di Montreal da poco conclusa.