Berlin ISM to host immersive AV shows from Thom Yorke, Brian Eno and more
The Hexadome exhibition is designed to offer a 360-degree AV experience
Berlin’s Institute For Sound And Music has revealed the programming for its ISM Hexadome exhibition, PSNEurope sister publication Audio Media International has reported.
The Hexadome is an immersive exhibition designed to provide a 360-degree audiovisual experience focused on art and technology, as part of an ISM campaign “to redefine the museum experience.”
The project features a projection system designed by Berlin’s Pfadfinderei studio and a multi-channel soundsystem from the ZKM Institute For Music And Acoustics called the Klangdom.
The exhibition at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin will run from March 29 through April 22, featuring performances and installations from the likes of Brian Eno, Thom Yorke & Tarik Barri, Holly Herndon & Mat Dryhurst, Ben Frost & MFO, Frank Bretschneider & Pierce Warnecke and Peter Van Hoesen & Heleen Blanken, plus Lara Sarkissian (AKA foozool) & Jemma Woolmore, among others.
Once the exhibition ends, the ISM says it will tour across Europe and North America.