Tate Modern Performance

Orange Dot, Jack Thomas and David Kraftsow: Touch and Vision

David Kraftsow Orangedot

Like an immersive and psychedelic fairground ride, Touch and Vision is a visual art installation exploring how sound affects the way you respond to extra-sensory elements. Using http://yooouuutuuube.com a customised version of YouTube, Kraftsow’s viral video app lets visitors control wall-to-wall projections by swiping, scrolling and dragging their fingers across digital touch pads.

Music and visuals have been specially donated from across the globe for this one off event. The audio is being compiled by up and coming London label; Double Denim Records, working with artists such as Walls, Amateur Best, Stay + and Jesse Reiner. Visual donors involved include:

Eric Yue
Matthijs Vlot
Helen Barr
Grace Ladoja
Alex Gross & Corin Kennington
Matchstick Independent
Akwasi Poku
Lauren Pires
Mollie Mills
Joe Rideout
Xaver Xylophon, Benedikt Rugar, Sebastian Lörscher
Funmi Wittle
Jayga Rayn
Sam Williams
Tom Walker

See Tate Collectives #UnderCurrent Tumblr.

Part of Undercurrent: young people's festival.

Part of the series The Tanks: Art in Action

Tate Modern

The Tanks

London SE1 9TG
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Date & Time

26 August 2012 at 19.00–21.30

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