Dökk emerged from a desire to explore the emotional impact created by new digital technologies by a team of Italian sound engineers, artists, musicians and technicians.
"It's a powerful concept for those interested in plays which have intriguing visuals."-
-German Design Award
16 Oct 2019
The most remarkable and groundbreaking interactive dance performance of new media art in recent years, Dökk, with the support of Digilogue, is going to premiere on 16th October 2019 in Zorlu PSM Turkcell Platinium.
Digilogue. The performance which is produced by the Italian technology and art studio fuse*, has captivated its audience everywhere it took the stage from America to South Korea and won the “Special Mention”; at the Digital Design Awards in Germany in 2019. Dökk is a dance show with real- time data in a three-dimensional universe.
Dökk, which means “dark” in Icelandic, is a dance performance using real-time data designed with special software. This audiovisual performance, which is the product of three years of work by fuse *, Italy’s most innovative art, science and art studio, is also known as a live media opera. Choreographer and dancer Elena Annovi’s performance is combining the emotional analysis of the content that is shared on social media and the sense of the heartbeat. This stunning, real-time computing is visualized simultaneously with 3D projection. They are reflected on the transparent screen through atomic particles or shapes resembling electronic magnetics. What makes Dökk, a visual and audio interactive performance, unique is that the data is constantly changing. Inspired by the unpredictability of life, Dökk illuminates by combining the invisible connection, light and voice among us.
The main subject of fuse*, which operates in the intersection between art and science, is emotions.
Inspired by the unpredictability of life, Dökk illuminates by combining the invisible connection, light and voice among us. fuse * team say, “Dökk contains a lot of hidden messages and metaphors, but it was interdependence that guided us the most during the design phase. Everything on stage is interdependent. In this way, we generate an algorithm for emotional analysis. ” Strengthened by the performance of dancer Elena Annovi, this surrealist work emerges in the balance between light and darkness and makes a journey to the subconscious. Annovi gives the feeling that she’s dancing in the air during the performance. The stage becomes an area where it is possible to lose the perception of space and time.
By making a new interaction between light, space, sound and movement, it appeared before the audience as a real-time dance show. Dökk, with the support of Digilogue, is going to premiere on 16th October 2019 in Zorlu PSM Turkcell Platinium. Save you seat for Dökk, you can buy your ticket from Biletix!
Emerged as a result of the ten-year accumulation of live performances and new media installations of Fuse*, Dökk, also known as “live media opera”, visualizes body movements, emotions, real data sets and physics simulations. More