We are sorry to announce that this performance has been canceled. We regret any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you at other upcoming events.
An extension of his previous work with Cathode-Ray Oscilloscopes, Robin Fox’s laser show presents, in three-dimensional visual space, the geometry of sound. Enveloping the audience with synchronised sound and light, his performance resembles a synesthetic experience where what you hear is also what you see. The same electricity generated to produce sound is sent simultaneously to high-speed motors that deflect the laser light, converting sonic vibration into light movement.
Robin Fox is an audiovisual artist who works across live performance, installation, public sculpture, and art/science hybridity. His solo laser show has featured at festivals worldwide, including appearances at Unsound (Poland), Elevate (Austria), Trama (Portugal), and Le Festival Accès(s) (France). His groundbreaking work on Chunky Moves’ Mortal Engine contributed to a Helpmann Award for best visual production and an honorary mention at the illustrious Prix Ars Electronica. He has released numerous records on the Editions Mego, Room40, and Synaesthesia record labels. Recent projects include a residency with the Bionics Institute in Melbourne composing music for people with cochlear implants, and the construction of Giant Theremin, commissioned by the City of Melbourne.