ABout Simulated environments
Re-establishing the relationship between gesture and sound
Simulated Environments is an interactive art installation that explores the relationship between gesture and sound through Virtual Reality.
What role does visibility play in the experience of music? With laptop performances, the relationship between gesture and sound has been cut. Could Virtual Reality re establish this relationship? Could it move the computer out of the way and re establishing a direct relationship between gesture and sound?
Marcos combines his unique sound design, The Neve Synthesiser, with the futuristic technology of Virtual Reality to create a full immersion of sound that is an aesthetic merger of the analog with the digital domain, the antiquated with the recumbent. Creating a journey between the seen and unseen, a human improvisation with machines in performance.
ABout Quadraphonic Structures
Re imagining the analogue studio
Quadraphonic Structures is an interactive art installation that aims to further explore the relationship between Virtual Reality and analogue machines.
A merge that became only possible in recent times due to the available technology. Are we able to integrate analogue technology within a Virtual Environment? Can this be the evolution and the future of the music studio?
Marcos combines his Virtual Reality explorations with the conventional analogue studio aiming to propose a new space for music production, creating an immersive environment.
Immersive Performances in Virtual Reality
MarcosMicozziXDesomondCheese is the collaboration between Marcos Micozzi's Virtual Reality explorations and Demond Cheese's shifting musical landscapes
"We've always loved spacious music. We also love exploration of new sounds. We love starting a new jam, and having no idea where it will end up. We value technology. We thoroughly enjoy collaboration. This performance will be entirely improvised, so we will all be going on a unique and unpredictable journey together, in real space and the virtual realm. Enjoy!