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oOps.50656 explores the poetic aspect of new media through a planetary perspective, with real-time multisensory abstract experiences and glimpses of humanity, audio/visual performances, generative art, installations, and new media art projects. The team is known for artworks presented at various music and tech festivals, as well as art spaces around the world. Recently, they have showcased works at WeSA (2019), MUTEK.JP+MX (2020), Prectxe (2020) and Paradise Art Lab (2022).
Their multidisciplinary research on the relationships between urbanization and nature, humans and technology, deficiencies and aesthetic possibilities, hinges on the belief that "everything alive makes a sound." oOps.50656 is involved with digital art, intelligent interfaces, digital music and computational aesthetics through real-time visualization, art and science. The team collaborates with musicians, sound engineers, programmers, dancers, poets, scientists, movements, artistic activism, and a myriad of people from different fields. Recently-commissioned projects were notably presented at the National Theatre of Korea (2022) and in the Generac 7.1.4 Sound Showroom at Sama Sound Festival (2022).