This is the home to reconstructed genres and broken-down boundaries. Collaboration is the key – viewers collaborate with artists through the experience of interactive artworks, and artists of different genres have come together to create works that experiment with new forms in a move to rewrite, remix, and reshape narratives, genres and histories. You get to choose, change and experiment with the story line, the music, the themes, in META | morph – a fusion of dance, music, projection art and animation. Who do we come to H(a)unt calls for you to participate, disrupt and re-customise histories embedded within monuments. Virtual Black Out: Experiments in the Future of Form will show what can come from collaboration, in a digital artist-meets-theatre makers experiment. After two+ years of testing, rehearsals, unhinged excessive bouts of technological tweaking and fuelled by a latent techno-optimism comes Deep Spacer’s album launch 433 Eros. Explore, experience and interact with these- genre bending digital creatives.
Reshape, Rewrite, Remix
My Inner WolfInteractive digital art
My Inner Wolf is an online tool for mapping your inner worlds.
Virtual Black Out: Experiments in the Future of FormDigital Art and Theatre collaboration
POPArt and Fakugesi Festival come together on a project that engages form as the spark for new collaboration in digital theatre making.
Giving Poetry Wings 3Digital Art, Poetry
A showcase of collaborative work between 10 poets and digital artists based in South Africa and Malawi.
Deep Spacer, 433 Eros album launchMusic
433 Eros is the new album by Johannesburg electroacoustic trio ‘Deep Spacer’. Poly-genre improvisations are mediated through responsive audio technologies and supported by visual transformations.
Who Do We Come To H(a)untDrawing, Performance Art
An interactive art project that uses drawing to disrupt the culture of statues, monuments and memorials commemorating colonial and imperial rulers still standing in many cities.