SPIME.IM is an artistic collective which investigates the aesthetics of languages derived from the affirmation of digital reality through transmedia musical projects. SPIME.IM uses technology, 3D art and electronic music to weave immersive audio-video experiences that explore the boundaries of identity, corporeality and perception. They presented their work at international digital art festivals such as Ars Electronica, Club to Club and L.E.V. and recently delivered their latest multimedia production “The End Of The World” with internationally renowned pianist and composer Lubomyr Melnyk and cellist Julia Kent.
ZERO is their latest A/V installation. From fake identities to a Google image stream of consciousness, from bit to waste, from icons to brands, from breaking news to earth flyover back to raw nowadays’ pictures, Zero is a dimensional journey through humanity’s spectrum. Imagine the present as a point of no return. The end. An unstable trip into reality through a sequence ofimages. Waste is degradation of matter. In a sudden deflagration, the pixels that make up our universe begin to flake and mix with each other. Boundaries become indistinguishable. From micro to macro, from human habits to the paths of the stars, every element of reality that we perceive is minced and every small particle is part of a primordial digital soup. In the end, everything becomes compressed until it metamorphoses into a luminous nucleus and our eyes will be launched on an endless journey through infinite parallel dimensions.
A new beginning. ZERO.