The piece reinterprets rare 1963 industrial footage representing travelogue-like sequence throughout the mesmerizing architectural qualities of the observatory. Experimenting on the relationship between the observer’s spatial, sensory and sonic attention, through an immersive, over-stimuli submersion. The performance challenges the limits of auditory and visual perception while at the same time leaving the spectators with a long-lasting sensations from a disorientating, highly-charged dystopian nature.
Saso Puckovski (b. 1986, Skopje) is Macedonian cross-disciplinary artist currently based in Ljubjana, Slovenia.
Taking a particular interest into the overlap of the physical and the virtual by blurring the lines between sonic, visual and interactive arts. Saso’s current activities revolve around site-specific and environmental interventions, building immersive spatial experiences by merging sound, imagery and interactivity, as well as a constant exploration into the various fields of live sound performance and improvisation practices.
By introducing a number of interactive elements in his installation works, the spectators are constantly invited to take an active role into the piece, thus making them the missing link of the complete experience. Even though computers, sensors and other electronics are regularly used in Saso’s work, they usually remain seldom visible to the audience. A number of Saso’s works which are closely related to live audio-visual performances, spatial and sonic related excursions and various sensory and synesthetic experiments are often credited under the pseudonym Noitu.
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