Labyrinth of Disorientation is a short experimental video installation by Vida Kashani and Amir Komlizadeh.
In the piece, the artists explore the widespread uncertainty caused by cultural displacement and technological developments.
Through a combination of poetry, storytelling, digital collages, and sublime images of nature juxtaposed against the backdrop of vibrant urban landscapes, the artists embark on an exploration of the cultural disorientation and unease that ensues, with the aim of showing that confusion has become a global phenomenon.
This installation invites visitors to embark on a journey through a labyrinthine web of human experiences of uncertainty, evoking the sensation of being lost.
To further elevate this experience, Canadian composer and sound artist Noah Sherrin has designed an original, ever-evolving spatial soundscape that blurs the boundaries between sound design and music.
Premiered at SIGN Project Space in Groningen
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