2 artists and an art installation – Live audio-Visual dialogue. A special collaboration between art forms – live on stage – analog video synthesis – sculpting sound frequencies that resonate into light and visual textures in time and space. Immersive analog & digital experience. The collaboration aims to connect the old analog video techniques with futuristic digital beats.
Inside the cube, surrounded by a 360° video projection – Spacey will play live, original space music with the the ‘Spacetagon’ costume created for Spacey’s live shows and music-making. From the Analog Front team, analog video artist, and VJ play an analog video setup that includes a video synthesizer & oscillator that receives input sound from Spacey, and closed-circuit feedback camera input that processes the sound and image that projects them live onto the cube walls.
Peter Spacey (moniker for Omer Luz) is a digital artist, electronic music producer/ DJ, and space lover. Best known for his glitched grooves and spacey beats, his works explore the relations between audio elements and visual aesthetics throughout technology. Utilizing frequencies across the wide spectrum – audible, visible, or frequencies that vibrate in space and time. Working in the melting points of different art forms in the spectrum of audio-visual throughout technology.
Analog Front (Arik Futterman aka VJ PlanktON) is a Jerusalem-based analog video artist VJ and projection mapper, video lecture at Musrara school of arts in Jerusalem. Part of the Organuz collective crew and the Analog Front team. Artistic visual director of the dissolving localities project presented in various art festivals around the world.