SKALAR: Light Art and Sound Combine to Form an Immersive Concert Experience


Made in collaboration between light artist Christopher Bauder and musician Kangding Ray, SKALAR is an audio/visual art installation that uses a large built structure and beats to create an immersive live concert. First presented in 2014 inside of the Kraftwerk Berlin industrial venue, the performance enthralls audiences with its pulsing, rhythmic soundtrack and entrancing light show.

Based on a psychoevolutionary theory by American psychologist Robert Plutchik, SKALAR is about human perception and emotion. […]

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1 Response to SKALAR: Light Art and Sound Combine to Form an Immersive Concert Experience

  1. This is really hypnotizing to watch.

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