Dolby Gallery commissioned Berlin-based digital art and design studio onformative to explore the relationship of movement and sound.
The group of artists uses both digital and analog fields to explore the relationships between humans, art, and technology. The artists’ interactive media installations, dynamic visuals, and data-driven experiences have been exhibited across Europe, North America, Australia, and China.
Medium: Audio Video
Location: San Francisco
Live performance and dance allow sound to be visualized through the human body. In Kinaesthetics, an evening performance that imagined analog movement within a variety of digital environments, dancers moved to the immersive power of Dolby Atmos® sound, with Collide as the backdrop.
The onformative installation Collide examines the evolving relationship between art and technology, with music shaping our experience of shifting digital images.
Fencing masks, the human face, and an original sound design come together in the latest installation to be featured in the Dolby® Gallery.
"Prime2" is the second installment in a series that explores the four stages of how we process memory. It references the way a specific memory might erode during the second stage, storage.