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Festival international de créativité numérique et musiques électroniques

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Apparat Live, Caterina Barbieri, John Talabot and more digital innovation.

With our Phase Two Lineup, Edición 16 of the festival solidifies as the meeting point for all the edges of the spectrum of creativity applied to technology: up-and-coming artists like Pétra and Maria W Horn will share the limelight with established digital artists such as Deadbeat; intense dancing sessions like those provided by Ouri and DJ Lag will be accompanied by immersive experiences created by artists such as Daito Manabe, Sougwen Chung and Joanie Lemercier & Joshua Sabin, who will expand what we know as the audiovisual format, incorporating technologies such as artificial intelligence and robotics. If that wasn’t enough, our list of highlights grows with the return of Apparat in their full band format, presenting a new album, and the debut in Mexico of John Talabot and Caterina Barbieri.

You can get a sneak-peek of our daily program and some of our locations, which will host live performances from our Edition 16. The time has come to take advantage of our last Passports, and dive into this year’s Official Playlist, updated with sounds coming from our Phase Two Lineup:

Sneak-peek: More digital innovation experiences this November

With the Phase Two Lineup the list of immersive experiences and multimedia performances has grown in numbers and level of experimentation: robots, cryptography, Artificial Intelligence and new technologies applied to lighting will take us, even for a moment, to new worlds. Here we have a sneak peek:

Daito Manabe presents Dissonant Imaginary

This immersive installation is the result of several years of research and experimentation between sound, images and brain decoding between Daito Manabe and Dr. Yukiyasu Kamitani.

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MKMX2019 DIGITAL Daito Manabe Kamitani Lab CLR

Joanie Lemercier & Joshua Sabin presents Nebulae

Nebulae is an immersive experience that offers the audience the opportunity to completely take off from this planet and get lost in the beauty of Cosmos, wrapped in moving constellations and nebulae.

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Purform presents Enigma

An immersive experience designed for Domodigital, originating from the concepts of coding and decoding developed by Alan Turing, who sought to decode the Universe that we live in.

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MKMX2019 DIGITAL PURFORM CLR

Sougwen Chung presents Gaia

Extraordinary illustrator and creative technologist Sougwen Chung is one of the artists tracing the path for the artistic collaboration between machines and humans. Her signature is her extraordinary sensibility as a painter and illustrator, allowing her to create unique moments that mix distant glimpses from the past and the future, thus giving birth to visual creation. Gaia will have its world premiere in MUTEK MX.

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Vincent Houzé + Dave & Gabe presentas Créatures

This audiovisual ode to the immense diversity and life forms of Earth is inspired in our ecosystem’s abstract form, growing from micro to macro in algorithmic landscapes.

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MKMX2019 DIGITAL Vincent Houze Dave Gabe CLR

Ali M. Demirel: los visuales que hará para el live de Fennesz

Ali became part of the video art circuit as the director of some of the most iconic clips and video-scenography for Richie Hawtin aka Plastikman. His background in industrial engineering and architecture have become a strong influence on his style, which has evolved in video-installation platforms and big format live performances.

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