When the Museum of Spanish Abstract Art of Cuenca, Spain celebrated its 50th Anniversary this year, they enlisted audiovisual artist Boris Divider to create a real-time generative audiovisual experience. For his canvas and sonic space, the museum offered Divider the planetarium dome at the Castilla-La Mancha Museum of Science.
The resulting A/V performance, titled Spheral.Dome, is an incredibly beautiful and immersive reactive-generative work. In it, newly composed electronic and drone music trigger an array of geometric shapes, visual patterns, and several layers of video that Divider projected onto the dome.
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