The Society for arts and technology presents
An audiovisual performance combining choreography, spatialized sound and immersive projections.
Antilogy is an immersive performance créated by susy.technology and designed for the Satosphere in which spatialized audio, 360 video, and virtual reality converge with live sound performances and choreographed movement. Unveiling the sonic and visual worlds of Valeda, /||\||\, Witnessing and Teo Zamudio, Antilogy conjures an alternate reality that draws the viewer deep into a story exploring consciousness and the interrelated dimensions of our shared existence..
In a first collaboration of its kind for the collective, Antilogy sees susy.technology working with choreographer and dancer Paige Culley.
In the Satosphere
September 20 to 24, 2022
susy.technology operates as a collective of artists based in Montréal (Tio’tia:ke). Founded in 2015, susy.technology includes Milo Reinhardt (/||\||\), Teo Zamudio, Cat Lamoureux (Valeda) and Xavier Arocha (Witnessing). As solo artists and as a collective, their creative endeavours take on many forms, spanning the converging spheres of music, digital art, performance, immersive sound, video and installation.
susy.technology has been invited to develop audio-visual and installation works for many local and international institutions such as MUTEK, La Société des Arts Technologiques, Red Bull Music Academy, Forms Festival, and Sight + Sound festival. As a collective, they travelled to France in 2019 to complete a residency at Château Éphémère where they developed an immersive VR installation and in 2020 members of susy.technology collaborated on a commission for the International Symposium for Electronic Arts (ISEA).