Electronic Performers Use Their Bodies as a Brush

Trinity is an immersive performance using interactive technology by Electronic Performers. Designed and produced by Oscar Sol, the piece integrates sound, dance, and visuals to present a dynamic view of motion. Using video cameras installed above the stage and under infrared lighting, along with position tracking technology, the piece is animated in real-time through live interaction.

As can be seen in the video, below, dancers take the stage and use their bodies as a sort of brush on the blank canvas of the stage. The projected graphics are manipulated by their movements, interacting with each individual's motion and speed, resulting in a beautiful, harmonious display of action and reaction. There's a spectacular sense of technology mimicking the human body and accentuating movement as well as heightening and visualizing sentiments and energy.





Electronic Performers website
via [prosthetic knowledge]

Pinar

Pinar Noorata is the Managing Editor at My Modern Met. She is a writer, editor, and content creator based in Brooklyn, NY. She earned her BA in Film and Media Studies from CUNY Hunter College and is an alumni of the Center for Arts Education’s Career Development Program in NYC. She has worked at NBC Universal, Penguin Books, and the Tribeca Film Festival as well as many other independent media companies. When she isn’t writing, editing, or creating videos herself, Pinar enjoys watching movies—anything from foreign art house films to mainstream blockbusters.
Become a
My Modern Met Member
As a member, you'll join us in our effort to support the arts.
Become a Member
Explore member benefits

Sponsored Content

[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]