Art & Technology, Electronic Music & Sound Design

Interview with TProArt creator – The Brief Monologue of a Minimalist

Dakiki - The Brief Monologue of a Minimalist

Connecting sound, light, visual and dance, turning each of them into an essential organ of the newly created art organism brings out a completely different quality of the performance and an almost movie-like atmosphere for the audience. Below is the creative philosophy of an artist creating exactly such breathtaking projects, some of which you can see here: From carefully composing musical pieces and visuals for each scene as if arranging puzzle pieces, here is Aidan Boyle and his view on how the separate pieces should fall into place, revealing a masterful image. via Dakiki – The Brief Monologue of a Minimalist.


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This entry was posted on April 14, 2015 by in Bremen, Dance, Interactive, Music and tagged .
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