The INFER is an abstract audio-visual project that explores the relationships between culture, nature, and technology. The development of science has led to a reality in which we are becoming more dependent to technology. Modern tools are a practical extension of our natural abilities, and a gradual expansion of our perception, wherein tools that we use are becoming a direct extension of our senses. Via a combination of biology and technology, the INFER project is designed to exhibit how these two worlds schematically penetrate one another through an audiovisual performance that allows the visualize what human perception is not able to capture. The viewer is placed in an exclusive but also catharsis-like situation, co-creating a concert with the artist and the surrounding reality – which is "prime matter”.
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