Sculptural synthesizers and ritualistic performances

by • 7. November, 2014 • All, Art, Culture, Featured, VideoComments (0)1768

MSHR is the collaborative project of artists Birch Cooper and Brenna Murphy. This video offers a glimpse into their practice, which incorporates sculptural synthesizers, ritualistic performances and installations that place the human body into a dynamic relationship with sound and light. A complex system of feedback networks forms the foundation for these performances: light is converted into sound, which in turn influences the lights; digitally-fabricated sculptures and handmade synthesizers interact with the performers bodies and with each other. The effect is an installation that exists as a sort of living organism. These extremely affecting live performances are not to be missed.

Post by Undervolt & Co. (Yoshi Sodeoka & Johnny Woods).
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