LoVid 
 Reaction Bubble 

 

Reaction Bubble is a work in progress commissioned by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation and by Real Art Ways. For this work, LoVid invited a ceramicist (Matt Towers) and a choreographer (Deborah Goffe) to collaborate on an immersive installation where LoVid’s audio/video synthesizer will be encased in ceramic sculptures and activated by performers. Reaction Bubble draws inspiration from the study of proxemics, which is concerned with the distances between people depending on the relationships and contexts in which they interact.
The work will premier in 2016 in Real Art Ways, Hartford CT