A/Visions programming brings together the avant-garde and new passages in audiovisual experience at the international level: performances take us to universes individual to each guest artist through risky new formats, creative technology, multidisciplinary experimentation, and a disruption of current trends in aesthetic experience. A/Visions unites audiovisual pioneers, emerging artists, and commissioned projects in a unique curatorship to introduce intense sensory experiences that make audiences feel other dimensions and which show what creativity is capable of achieving through technology.
A/Visions 1 is one of MUTEK.MX’s most celebrated traditions, perhaps each year’s only opportunity to live immersive experiences in their entirety. With a selection of the most innovative large-format performances and works commissioned by the festival, A/Visions 1 is a gift to the senses.
Synichi Yamamoto & Intercity-Express (JP) present Noesis:
Noesis is the visualization of philosophical concepts related to the origins of Nature and the Universe from an art perspective. To visualize abstract thoughts, Synichi Yamamoto & Intercity-Express have carried out numerous visual experiments while answering questions like “how does it feel to be surrounded by noise?” and “What does earth look like from the inside?” The answers form the basis of Noesis.
Nonotak (JP) present Versus
A new form of architecture, a non-place created from the distortion of space, is also a notion of infinity as something possible. From the perceptions of assistants placed at the center of a 360ª immensity, the duo Nonotak immerses audiences in an imaginary abstract. Direct and innovative for MUTEK.MX’s most unique format, their program includes A/Visions in the Digital Dome at the Papalote Children’s Museum. With Versus, Noemi Schipfer and Takami Nakamoto carry the possible contrasts between sound and image to altogether different ends, between space and time, and in a work created especially for viewing within the Digital Dome.
Papalote Museo del Niño’s Digital Dome
Av. Constituyentes 268, del. Miguel Hidalgo, CDMX.
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