Live multimedia performance for string quartet, electronic music and panoramic visuals, based on the concept of “graphic sonification”.
March 31, 2021
Visitors at the new Dallas West End Square park are taking turns experiencing its inaugural art installation. And if this installation feels all too familiar, that's because it reflects Zoom meetings. Two large LED walls sit in the park's innovative arcade section. As people step in the digital sculptures it captures their faces overlaid with geometric patterns to elicit different expressions. One's face is then joined with others on a black and white grid gallery with fellow unknown, bodiless park goers.
This is Antibodies, developed by Montreal-based artist Daniel Iregui and presented by Dallas-based arts organization Aurora. The installation was created during the lockdown and was inspired by our sudden transfer from physical to virtual spaces. "We're sort of now used to it, but at the beginning of the lockdown it was so awkward, so weird, so unnatural,"
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