Great review of Charles Hazlewood’s All Star Collective / danceroom Spectroscopy at the Bristol Old Vic last Wednesday.
I have been describing dS as a sort of drug that you take via your eyes and this confirms it.
Lina B. Frank
Lina is originally from Sweden, based in Bristol working as a Producer. She loves working with performance that really connects its audience and is highly stimulating for the senses: visually, sonically, geographically or all at once.
The highlight of my evening was watching Charles Hazlewood’s All Star Collective / danceroom Spectroscopy with their version of Rainbow in Curved Air. A mesmerizing immersive hour with food for vision, ears, brain, heart and thought.
I hardly ever go to gigs because I miss a vision-based focus point. Here I got more than I bargained for.
Imagine lying on your back in the grass on a clear summer day. Small breeze in the air, you have your headphones on with pacey and loud music that you like a lot. Overhead the sun is blistering and there are fast moving clouds. The clouds…
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danceroom Spectroscopy – Hidden fields has won an Honorary Mention at Ars Electronica in the category of Hybrid Art.
Simple, complete, open source OSC implementation for .NET and Mono.
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- 100% thread safe.
- Released under a permissive MIT License