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Chromasonic – Field Study, 2022. Photo: JG Studio

Chromasonic – Field Study,┬áis an experimental installation now on view at The Lab at Compound, a new cultural complex in Long Beach, CA dedicated to the intersection of art and community engagement to promote connectivity and belonging. The installation, which algorithmically connects light and sound frequencies, serves as a study for the development of Chromasonic – Sensory Field, which will become one of the largest artworks on the West Coast and will be first exhibited later this year.

Chromasonic creates large-scale, polysensory installations to explore non-ordinary states of consciousness through the development of organic technologies that harmonize light and sound frequencies in immersive communal environments.

The studio proposes its work as an experimental disruption to the attention monopolizing effects of the mainstream technologies that have permeated our culture. Fusing science with art in light and sound, Chromasonic embraces an ethical use of technology to integrate natural and artificial cognition. The work explores the potential of art as a catalyst to harmonize cognitive and somatic states while amplifying awareness and connection to self and others.

Field Study will be on view through June 2022, and serve as a site for Chromasonic to experiment with various sequences.

For more information visit Compound and Chromasonic.