Drowning - 360° Dome / Surround Audiovisual Composition - Audiovisual Performance (2021)
Drowning takes the audience into a journey of infinite motion. The audiovisual composition explores concepts of cymatics and the physicality of sound creating an audible wave of pressure that provides the members of the audience the opportunity to experience its properties through their body.
The piece attempts to signal to the mind the isolation, terror and ecstasy one might experience if was to be left alone in the middle of the ocean, where ocean is sound, sonic vibrations and visible digital waves at the disposal of listener and the viewer.
The storyline, based on the feeling of drowning, evolves around variations of depth level, where truly immersive 360° audiovisual content shapes the perception of the architecture of the space.
Created during the residency Extending Reality | CoExistence: Art, Science & Technology, Athens, 2019 at the Eugenides Foundation Planetarium in collaboration w/ Athens Digital Arts Festival and digital artist Mathieu Le Sound (MAOTIK) based on a concept by Pandelis Diamantides.
Planetario de Madrid, Spain, 2021
Eugenides Foundation Planetarium, Athens, Greece, 2019