Control No Control interactive installation by Canadian artist Daniel Iregui happily combines everyone fascination for bright lights, sound and interactivity. Using their hands, arms or entire body, Control No Control audience can control the graphic display and motion of the installation and its soundscape.
The most important aim of Control No Control is to disrupt what usually happens in the public space by inviting people to move differently, behave differently, and interact differently with those around them. The installation offers people a playful way to explore the way their actions affect their surroundings, and how other people can respond to them. The result is a never-ending dialogue between sound and image, light and movement, yourself and the other.
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Daniel Iregui is a new media artist who creates interactive sculptures, spaces and architectural interventions using technology as a tool and an aesthetic. He works with the in nite and random combinations produced when an audiovisual system is open for the audience to transform it.
In 2010 Daniel founded Iregular, an interactive content creation studio where he produces his work and commercial commissions. He was born in Bogotá, Colombia in 1981 and currently lives and works from Montréal.
In partnership with Aix les Allées
With the support of Audioscopevision