With the end of 2018 approaching, the ISM would like to thank the ISM Hexadome volunteers, visitors, supporters, members, partners, and artists involved, for what has been a remarkable year and an incredible first exhibition for the organisation.
Presenting a new direction for current and future generations with the first major step toward building an institution in recognition of the artists and achievements in sound, immersive arts, and electronic music culture.
The final weekend to experience the ISM Hexadome Exhibition at Gropius Bau has arrived. On Saturday, three new installations will premiere and run throughout the day from Peter van Hoesen & Heleen Blanken, CAO & Michael Tan, Ben Frost & MFO, Holly Herndon & Mathew Dryhurst. On Saturday night, the ISM will also show previous installations from 6pm to 10pm.
Inspired by ancient Moche iconography and cosmology, the work explores the dualities of life/death, generation/destruction, and cohesion/dispersion cycles and how they appear as two planes constantly transposed onto one another.
Want to hit the ceiling, to change the perspective, then float in wide spheres and rushing wind, turning on my own axis in free fall, pictures like parachutes, the bass a compass, off the beaten paths through time and space, das Labland, as far as the eye can see, the legs are dangling in space, point A becomes B, cpatch, 3Dub…..just a frame on the big timeline. Click Render and always play.