Dromos | Audiovisual Installation – Maotic & Fraction

Installations have made there mark in history, somewhat more prior personally being my late walk through the art world. For the short time I’ve been submerged into the vast world of installations, I have yet to run into a audiovisual installation, until now. Not only is this a audiovisual installation, this is such one that optically alters time and space. There has to be some major physics required to pull this project off, right?

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The viewers must be completely immersed in the actual installation, as part of the installation, dope!

Via: Maotik & Fraction

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