Spread The Word
07.12.2010 – Retrieving Humanity, a multimedia installation that will feature simultaneous live streaming video of six locations around the world including Nigeria, South Korea, Switzerland, and Malaysia. Audience members will be able to interact with the artists from these various locations through visual and auditory expressions of where they live, producing performance events that transcend physical space.
Santa Fe Complex will be transformed into an immersive space with a promenade of six kiosks. Each kiosk will showcase a unique global location and a unique interactive visual performance component. At the end of the promenade will be a large video screen displaying a mix of this visual information, offering a portrayal of the myriad of connections occurring at the same moment.
Retrieving Humanity will allow the audience to actively participate in creating a unique work of art by communicating and performing with the local and worldwide community. Through the use of cutting-edge technology, including custom-made software, motion sensors, media streaming, computer networking, and live audio and video mixing each participant becomes a collaborator.
This event will take place on Friday July 30, 2010 from 7pm to 9pm at the Santa Fe Complex. Santa Fe Complex is located next to the Railyard Art District at 632 Agua Fria in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Parking is available via Romero Street. Visit the sf_x web site for more information.
Retrieving Humanity is created by Parallel Flux. Parallel Flux utilizes cutting edge technology to create various forms of media art; pushing the boundaries of art, technology, and communication. Parallel Flux artists are Ethan Bach, Jason Goodyear, Jena Greer, Armohn Jackson, Peter Joseph, Charles Veasey, and Aryn Zev.