The history of amusement fairs is the subject of the collaborative research project and sound-based installation “Fiera del Suono” conceived and developed by the Dutch media art collective DROPSTUFF MEDIA.
The LAS Foundation stages by means of usomo the multimedia artist Lawrence Lek, who imagines a post-human city populated with an Artificial Intelligence that has not only learned how to think but also how to feel.
The rock’n’popmuseum stages an interactive exhibition on disco history, in which the spatial sound system usomo guides from the bouncer past the wardrobe to the dancefloor with the DJ booth.
In the spatial staging of the Maison Gainsbourg, the past and the present blend in an immersive sound experience with usomo.
usomo developed the spatial sound concept and the spatial sound production for the Munich exhibition of the Naga Project, an excavation in Sudan.
At the CTM Festival 2020, we installed usomo in a greenhouse between lush tropical plants. A smaller version is featured at the Kölner Kongress 2023 hosted by Deutschlandfunk.
We are looking forward to the opening of the sound-based exhibition with Freundeskreis “Leg Dein Ohr auf die Schiene der Geschichte” at the StadtPalais Stuttgart.
The exhibition ‘Leg Dein Ohr auf die Schiene der Geschichte’ is entirely about the song of the same name by the Stuttgart band Freundeskreis.
The multidisciplinary exhibition “Evidence. Soundwalk Collective & Patti Smith” at the Centre Pompidou Paris is an audio-visual collage on the infinite and the universal.
The interactive sound installation “Sonic Wildness” by usomo is housed in the permanent exhibition at the Ars Electronica Center in Linz and can be visited during the Ars Electronica Festival.