Art and technology pioneers HOFA (House Of Fine Art) and Scorpios, a renowned creative gathering place in Mykonos, join forces to present “In Resonance.” With a host of stellar artists like Refik Anadol, Dr. Ivona Tau, Agoria, and more, this promises to be spectacular.
“In Resonance” is an innovative program that explores the intersection of contemporary art and music. This collaboration marks the inaugural edition of Scorpios Encounters, a platform dedicated to cultural experimentation. The event runs from July 13 to September 3, 2023.
- Scorpios and HOFA partner for “In Resonance,” a summer program showcasing the interplay between contemporary art and music.
- The program features leading AI artists like Refik Anadol and Dr. Ivona Tau. Even renowned musicians, captivating installations, live performances, and exclusive digital art drops.
- “In Resonance” at Scorpios offers a multidimensional experience. It explores the connections between art, music, and culture through innovative collaborations and thought-provoking exhibitions.
HOFA & Scorpios’ In Resonance: Refik Anadol, Ivona Tau, Agoria, & More Unite To Push Art To New Boundaries
Over a span of seven weeks, this thoughtfully curated program features captivating installations by prominent generative artists, high-profile music collaborations, live performances, and exclusive digital art drops. The driving force behind “In Resonance” is HOFA co-founder Elio D’Anna. She describes it as a multidisciplinary program bringing together leading AI artists and renowned musicians. This unison explores the profound connections between art and music as reflections, complements, and natural evolutions of each other.
Leading the lineup for “In Resonance” is the extraordinary Turkish-American media artist and director, Refik Anadol. Anadol has gained global recognition for his mesmerizing immersive and interactive works, with digital collectible sales exceeding $30 million.
At Scorpios, Anadol unveils his latest collection of artworks. These are co-created with the Yawanawa Indigenous communities of Aldeia Sagrada and Nova Esperança from Brazil. This collaboration is also facilitated by Impact One as part of their “Possible Futures” program. The art pieces explore the deep connections between human consciousness and nature. Anadol and Impact One will also donate their share of the proceeds toward funding long-term initiatives for the protection of Yawanawa heritage.
Another prominent artist headlining “In Resonance” is Dr. Ivona Tau, a trailblazing female AI artist. Ivona Tau is known for her experimental photography and motion paintings created using GAN models trained on rich photographic data. Tau has collaborations with Jean Claude Ades, the maestro of eclectic dancefloor rhythms, to develop new works based on light data collected on the island of Delos.
In Resonance: Art & Music Collide At HOFA
The program also includes other notable artists and musicians, such as Hugo Johnson. Johnson is a hypnotic visual storyteller, who will collaborate with Bedouin to present their masterpiece, “Zorba,” which reimagines extreme weather phenomena using geographic data. Additionally, Australian light sculptor Jason Sims, in collaboration with the meditative soundscapes prodigy Satori, will create an immersive exploration of natural systems using light.
Furthermore, French biological generative artist and musician Agoria will also present a new artwork. This artwork is created through the algorithmic fusion of sunset data captured at Scorpios, Mykonos. Additionally, New Zealander Jesse Woolston will release new AI artworks. These works revolve around the theme of knowledge, spiritual beliefs, and the power of AI in combating climate change.
Additionally, Azeri new media artist Orkhan, together with Scorpios Mykonos music director Lannka, will present a new work in the Relic series. These ‘relics’ delve into eastern cultural heritage and tapestries through physical data sculptures and paintings.
Thomas Heyne, co-founder and president of Scorpios, is confident that the new program will resonate with the growing Scorpios community. Heyne explains, “Charting new creative territory is what we do at Scorpios, and our vision for ‘In Resonance’ is to create a more multidimensional and fulfilling experience for artists and our community.”
“In Resonance” at Scorpios promises to be an extraordinary exploration of the interplay between art, music, and also culture. With its exceptional lineup of artists and musicians, this program undoubtedly captivates audiences. Moreover, it offer a unique platform for creative expression.
In conclusion, the fusion of technology, art, and music in this collaborative endeavor sets the stage for an immersive and thought-provoking experience. It highlights the deep connections between various forms of artistic expression and human experience.