Electronic music producer and AV artist Halina Rice performs a unique live set on Friday 17th and Saturday 18th December at Copeland Gallery SE15, set in the heart of the Peckham creative quarter.
The performance blends electronic music with impactful mixed reality visuals where the artist is mapped in real time into the live graphics. The whole performance will be delivered in L-ISA Immersive Hyperreal Sound by L-Acoustics.
“I’m absolutely thrilled to have this opportunity to deliver a performance that will so fully animate the music – to truly envelope the audience with 360˚ sound and visuals. I just want people to be able to leave the day to day behind and be transported by the experience.”
The event is a culmination of the NEW WORLDS project, a series of tracks, each with their own visual identity and virtual world, which are planned for release as an EP next year alongside new tracks which are premiered as part of the set.
On Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th there is also an AV installation free to the public which will premiere a site-specific augmented reality app – created by multidisciplinary designer Jakob Macdonald – enabling visitors to use their mobile phones to literally see visualisations of sounds moving around the gallery. This is a one-off opportunity to catch this immersive show.
Supported by Arts Council England
The London-based artist is renowned for her vivid and eclectic style, using multiple effects and sampling to create original and experimental sounds. Her sound ranges from evocative and melancholic soundscapes to beat-driven, punchy tracks. Working with an international team of designers and technologists the vision of the live shows is to inspire audiences with emotive and innovative music and performance at the intersection of music, art and technology.
Doors open at 7pm | Electronic Music and Interactive AV Show at 9pm.
You can buy tickets HERE
Mixed reality visuals originally created for WITCiH digital festival 2021