Robots and multimedia-artists on one stage

This weekend, Moscow hosted the 6th Plums Fest International Audiovisual Experiments Festival that featured the participation of artists from Russia, Switzerland, Sweden, and Canada.

The formats presented at the festival represent a wide spectrum of new digital culture: from real-time audio-visual performance and VJing to complex interactive installations.

The festival organizers’ main goal, as well as that of everyone who took part in it, was to immerse viewers in performance as much as possible. For these purposes, the festival provided lectures about new forms of multimedia art  and master classes where people could learn how to make unusual musical instruments and play them.

On display at the festival were fulldome media artworks, panoramic 360-degree interactive installations, and an immersive kinetic room, while robots performed with live artists on stage.

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