Liquid Architecture and Hyperform: Two immersive Pieces Fusing Art and Sciences in the Satosphere.

Two new immersif experiences will be projected in the dome of the SAT in Montreal. 

These transdisciplinary artworks based in science were created to fit a candid 360 degrees atmosphere. After the first viewing done at Mutek earlier this summer, research was done to rework both Liquid Architecture and Hyperform

Utilizing mathematical equations, they deconstruct the architecture of reality as we know it to help decipher the 4th dimension through images of monuments liquifying in front of your bare eyes. 

From Tuesday to Saturday, Liquid Architecture will be showcased, an highly anticipated experience ut together by Diagraf, Ewerz et Wiklow. Developped utilizing 3D scans of historic monuments, the artwork, derived from dream-like state quickly dissolves into an unknown reality that transforms itself non-stop. 

Hyperform will also be presented, focusing on exploring mathematical equations mixed with audio-visual representation of different spacial dimensions. Max Cooper is at the fore-front of this project, an artist well-known for his elaborate creations of multi-sensorial environments. 


You will get the chance to view these separately, or in duo. Show starts at 7pm and ends at 9pm 

Tuesday to Saturday
7pm – Liquid Architecture, by  DiagrafEwerz et Wiklow (40 min)
8 pm – Hyperform, by Max Cooper and Maotik (35 min)
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