ISM Hexadome Makes Its North American Debut at the Gray Area Festival This Summer
May 2, 2019
This year, Berlin’s Institute for Sound and Music (ISM) will bring its genre-breaking Hexadome art installation to several locations in North America for the first time as a part of Wunderbar Together. The ISM Hexadome will make its debut on the continent at the Gray Area Festival in San Francisco, California from July 25 to August 4.
Hexadome is a unique structure that creates a 360° immersive audiovisual experience that brings together cutting-edge art and technology. The ISM Hexadome will feature nine immersive installations, including the world premiere of Under the Electric Sea by renowned artist Suzanne Ciani, who created the work in Berlin for the Hexadome project along with visual artist AudeRrose.
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