Mutek SF Presents a Sound Sculpture by Masary Studio at the PopUp Tour in Atlanta
October 7, 2019
Combining digital media with technology and electronic music, one of Atlanta’s biggest events during the Wunderbar Together Pop Up Tour was the Studio Sculpture exhibit, held by Masary Studio and presented by Mutek SF.
This particular event featured color-changing displays of light and was a huge hit among its attendees. Mutek SF is a nonprofit organization that finds diverse and innovative uses for digital media and electronic music. This interactive event showcased the cultural impact of art, regardless of which side of the Atlantic you’re on.
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