Orbital Resonance is an exploration into responsive environments and live performance. The performers improvise with sound and movement through breathe, voice, and bodily sensors. In the process, the performers experiment with different internal physiological states of their bodies outwardly displaced in light and in sound to create an immersive sensual environment for them and for the audience. The larger environment merges the interactions between various elements (audience, performers, light, sound, architecture, sensors) into a unified, existential orbit.
A performance and discussion took place as part of the Topological Media Lab's Re-Mediation Series on April 23 and 24, 2014 from 5-7pm at the Hexagram Blackbox at Concordia University. The performance was supported by Hexagram-CIAM Student Grant.