Color Field Immersion is a psychedelic experience bordering on hallucinatory. Each audience member is blindfolded with semi-transparent masks, onto which shifting shapes and colored light is projected. Flipping traditional ideas of spectatorship, audience members’ internalized experience becomes the location of the performance.
Standing Waves, Falling Air is a performance work that uses sheets of plastic, computer controlled fans, and synchronized light and sound to explore the materiality of wind and sound. Large suspended sheets of plastic become massive flowing sails: fluid objects that make visible the patterns of wind that surround us to create a fragile yet unpredictable immersive choreography.
Doron Sadja is an American artist, composer, and curator whose work explores the experience of sound, light, and space. Doron has performed and exhibited at MoMA PS1, Miami MOCA, D’amelia Terras Gallery, Cleveland Museum of Art, STEIM, EMS Stockholm and CBK Amsterdam, to name a few. He will be creating two installations for OPUS called Color Field Immersion and Standing Waves, Falling Air.