The future of music, art and technology will all come together inside The Lab at Panorama this weekend at Randall's Island Park.
Presented by The Verge and powered by HP, The Lab features seven interactive installations that combine technology, artistry and design created by New York-area artists.
The Lab will only be accessible to those attending Panorama, a three-day festival featuring a range of artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Alabama Shakes, Arcade Fire, LCD Soundsystem and Sia.
HP describes The Lab as a "playground of music and technology" in which festivalgoers can experience a 360-degree virtual reality theater inside a dome, a pinball digital art performance and a cotton candy multi-sensory orchestration — made out of real, sugary cotton candy.
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Other installations include an inflatable adult playground, a hyper thread made out of silk cocoons that creates music, and a series of mirrors, lights and sounds that react to a person's presence.
"The real relationship between art, music and technology is blurring in ways unimaginable," said Antonio Lucio, chief marketing officer at HP, in a statement. "HP is helping creators push the boundaries of innovation and expression — and our core technology is enabling these artists to create things they could not have done before by turning inspiring ideas into reality and ambitious challenges into memorable achievements."
Some of the artists whose work will be on display at The Lab include Emilie Baltz, FutureWife, Dave & Gabe, Gabriel Pulecio (aka Lustix), Mountain Gods, Red Paper Heart, and Zachary Lieberman.Send a Letter to the Editor
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