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.
The A/Visions 2 program presents performances to mark a “before and after” for the festival, the city, and all the participants. Image, sound, and environment are each manipulated to create a sublime synesthesia and even a sensory trance. Wolfgang Voigt moves audiences to the density of abstract forests in GAS using audio loops. Line Katcho shakes imaginations with a new work; Immortelle. And a collaboration by Kazuya Nagaya and Florence To promises a transformative ritual, both analog and digital.
The performance Ambr begins with 445 rins (traditional Japanese bowl-shaped instruments) in a circular arrangement on the floor, to present an intense, elegant reverberation, with electronic processes guided by composer Kazuya Nagaya. For the first time, and as a premiere for MUTEK.MX, the performance will feature lighting and visuals by the artist Florence To, to delve still further into the Buddhist rituals and altars that inspired the work.
Museo 150, San Pablo Tepetlapa, del. Coyoacán, CDMX.
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