Created by Italian interdisciplinary artist, Maurizio Martinucci (TeZ), PV868 is a performance based on the use of flickering video light. The abstract lights are accompanied by synced synthetic sounds, and they work together to create a hypnotic effect of moving visual patterns. PV868 is an experimental performance aimed at producing a stimulus which would allow moving visual patterns to emerge directly in the brain of the viewer/listener.
TeZ is also 2015 Art/Science Residency artist who is currently working on his residency project, Bioluminescent Drifter Swarms. TeZ uses technology as a means to explore perceptual effects and the relationship between sound, light and space. He focuses primarily on generative compositions with spatialized sound for live performances and installations. In recent years, his research has extended to the creation of unusual sound and light propagation methods to enhance multisensory perception.
Note: This performance is not suitable for people with photogenic or photosensitive epilepsy.
Venue: ArtScience Museum, Level 4 Expressions Gallery. Admission is free.
When: 7 May 2015, 8pm and 9pm