Saturday, July 30, 2011

PROBE: 360 Collider-scope & Charge of the Light Barricade

In the heliotropical noughttime following a fade of transformed Tuff and, pending its viseversion, a metenergic reglow of beaming Batt, the bairdboard bombardment screen, if tastefully taut guranium satin, tends to teleframe and step up to the charge of a light barricade. Down the photoslope in syncopanc pulses, with the bitts bugtwug their teffs, the missledhropes, glitteraglatteraglutt, borne by their carnier walve. Spraygun rakes and splits them from a double focus: grenadite, damnymite, alextronite, nichilite: and the scanning firespot of the sgunners traverses the rutilanced illustred sunksundered lines. Shlossh ! A gaspel truce leaks out over the caeseine coatings. Amid a fluorescence of spectracular mephiticism there caoculates through the inconoscope stealdily a still, the figure of a fellowchap in the wohly ghast, Popey O'Donoshough, the jesuneral of the russuates...



Collider Festival Area Concept
As Rot8ion we expertise in surround music and synchronised surround visuals. Our festival area Collider was born out of the experiences we built up over the past years. Collider is our platform for artists to perform their music and visuals live for a an audience. With the right positioning of speakers and projections all around the dancefloor we create a completely new festival experience.

The artists are positioned in the middle in order to control the surround music and visuals in the best possible way. The projected visuals react live to the music. The musicians and visual artists work closely together in teams of 2 and together they deliver a performance with sound and visuals as a whole experience. An 8.1 PA system (speakers from 8 directions) delivers the sound and an array of 4 to 16 beamers project the full surround visuals. [http://www.collider.nl/]

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