How do we translate, interpret and project onto our surroundings and what feelings arise as we experience the world? Daams created a process-based experiential art installation where we can explore such questions firsthand.
Date: 16 May
Time: 20.00 – 00.oo hrs
‘Respire’ embodies a transforming architectural space as a breathing entity, immersively closing you, the spectator, in whilst opening up and contracting slowly, vividly changing patterns in kaleidoscopic fashion. This perceptual environment, constantly changing form and size over time, will mesmerize the visitors of Radion by mediating between their outer physical space and inner psychological experience.
Mischa Daams (1986, NL) is an artist, composing for senses on the border of physical and virtual. After a BA in Multimedia Design, in 2013 he finished his MA ArtScience in The Hague.
His artistic practice consists of spatiotemporal environments and performances in which choreographies of tactile air displacement convey complex patterns of light and sound. These constructed environments border on the ideas of expanded cinema, a term that draws meaning in the way that the audience is stripped from its fixed gaze in order to actively engage spaces with their senses.