“Electromagmentic Pain” is both a performance and an installation. It takes place somewhere between a distant part of the cosmos and an underwater world. It’s paradox represents the fascination for technology against and the inevitable mutations that this last one shall bring into our human condition. The piece welcomes the presence of the artificial into our own nature.
One of the projections together with an extract from the sound performed live.
Bioluminescent structures, projections, sound