This is a free event. Reservations go live March 26.
An environmental piece for spatial audio and lighting design; an improvised, in-the-round performance using sound, light and video systems.
Toto Miranda, Yvonne Lambert, Josh Lambert & Marcus Rubio
As their name suggests, The Octopus Project are multi-instrumentalists and multi-talented. Each member performs autonomously, but their incredible knack for blending sound make them like the arms of a larger, integrated musical organism. Combining art installation and spatialized, multi-channel sound, their performance (created specifically for the Fusebox hub) is an immersive experience in which they are at the center and their sounds act like tentacles, stretching outwards to envelop the audience.
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