susy.technology is a collective dedicated to the research and creation of audio-visual art engaging with the futurity of interactive media, cyberculture and augmented reality.
Merging digital experiences and material experimentation, the body of work that has rapidly expanded to form susy.technology emerges from a dynamic collaborative practice bound by innovative approaches to the production of sound, art and design. The first project to surface, SUSY, is a multifaceted narrative that creatively blends science, technology and art.
susy.technology performed during MUTEK 2016, opening the festival. The set, for which I designed motion graphics with Milo Reindhardt, was a continuation of the narrative we presented the year before, focusing on the topic of big data and its impact on society. The show featured music from the collective as well as tightly synchronized visuals, driving percussions and a deeply engrossing atmosphere.
Our goal for this project was to tackle the topic of big data and its impact in society. The video projections and music are highly contrasted and present themselves in patterns and repetitions, using footage of mechanical engines and leaked documents to create a live composition that reveals a complex narrative about the ever-increasing presence of data in our lives. The show was presented at the Musée d'Art Contemporain de Montréal (MAC).
I produced the audio-visual multimedia project Calculator for Susy in the fall of 2016. Silencio was a collaboration with Montreal-based artist Milo Reindhart.