Vector Field is an audiovisual performance that explores the real-time manipulation of a purposely minimalist vector stream, distorted by sound.
As many scientists believe, what we commonly call “Time” is in fact only a human perception of quantum state changes of matter. There is no before, and there will be no after, only a moment which under our eyes is transformed according to the immutable rules our universe.
Inspired by this principle, in Vector Field, the artist portrays a three-dimensional homophonic and abstract structure, deliberately using references to the science of topology and the common representation of sound waves in western culture to represent an aesthetic flow generated by computer, drawing an elusive continuum, as a mirror of its inner perception.
The performance is based on transformation of visual artifacts by sound material, creating transient 3D geometries explored in real time by the displacement of a virtual camera, in symbiosis with sound, which acts as a energy guide creating ruptures and contrasts echoing these transformations with emotional evocation.
The quest of live equilibrium between visual and sound media creates a performance with radical and highly dynamic presence where dense soundscapes and minimal geometries carry the audience into a journey of immersive metamorphosis