For the live show of “Scientific Emotions”, the 2 artists of TakT perform an interactive audiovisual performance with live music and... Read More
For the live show of “Scientific Emotions”, the 2 artists of TakT perform an interactive audiovisual performance with live music and video projections.
Tyler Kaufman performs live electric sitar manipulated through the computer, electric guitar (with live beat making through mallets and corkscrews) and live looping while Adèle Tilouine offers a V-jing live performance, reinterpreting together their science-art project Scientific Emotions.
The live performances are layered and alter live the music and visuals of the videos composing the science- art project Scientific Emotions .
In total, there are three video projections. All the live music is improvised in sync with the“Scientific Emotions” music videos, projected on 2 different screens on each side of the stage while a third screen in the middle of the stage displays the V-jing live performance.
This live show has been presented at the Van de Goudenberg Art Gallery in Dubai as winners of the Emerging Scene Art Prize.
TakT is willing to bring revolutionary Omni Wave speakers by Bloomline (a TakT partner from the Netherlands) for the live performance if requested by Arte Laguna. The revolutionary speakers that work on OmniDrive 360 degrees radiators allows a feeling of complete 3D audio for the audience.
For more information/images of the live performance please feel free to click on the link below. We have also included is a list of Science Labs, Tech Innovators, University partners and a recent list of art events/prizes/CV by TakT:
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