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ISM Hexadome

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As part of MUTEK

The Institute for Sound & Music Berlin brings its 360° audiovisual installation ISM Hexadome to Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (MAC) for three weeks. Ten immersive works were specially composed using the Hexadome’s advanced 52-channel speaker configuration by Meyer Sound and its visual projection architecture consisting of 6 videos screens, designed by digital media studio Pfadfinderei. 

The Works :

Herman Kolgen : RETINA  (23 min)
Pfadfinderei & René Löwe : THE P!EACE (20 min)
Tarik Barri & Thom Yorke : CITY RATS  (30 min)
Ben Frost & MFO : THE CENTER CANNOT HOLD (24 min)
Lara Sarkissian & Jemma Woolmore : THRESHOLDS  (19 min)
Frank Bretschneider & Pierce Warnecke : APPROXIMATE ACCURACY (11 min)
Peter Van Hoesen & Heleen Blanken : ADAPTIVE ENQUIRY No. 1  (20 min)
Suzanne Ciani & AudeRrose : UNDER THE ELECTRIC SEA (26 min)
Holly Herndon & Mathew Dryhurst : SPAWN TRAINING CEREMONY I: DEEP BELIEF (18 min)
CAO & Michael Tan : THE BURIAL THEME: TRANS-MATTER PORT AND OBJECTS (25 min)

Works timetable

28.08.2019
29.08.2019
30.08.2019
31.08.2019
1.09.2019
2.09.2019

Two special additions enhance the installation: a live performance of RETINA by local audiokinetic sculptor Herman Kolgen and an exclusive screening of Darren Aronofsky’s controversial environmental parable Mother! adapted for the ISM Hexadome by Little Cinema.

Herman Kolgen — RETINA Live
August 25, 6pm and 8pm
Tickets: $20

Little Cinema — Mother! de Darren Aronofsky
August 24 and 31, 4pm
Tickets: $20

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