Visual Symphony is a multi sensory experience told through images, lights, and lasers set to music in two seamless acts.
We are performance artists
who create moving visual art (video) on large displays or screens, often
at events such as concerts, nightclubs and music festivals, and many
times in conjunction with other performance art. This results in a live,
multimedia performance that can include music, actors or dancers as
well as live and pre-recorded video.
Much of our work is represented by two varieties: single-channel and installation. Single-channel works are much closer to the conventional idea of television: a video is screened, projected or shown as a single image, Installation works involve either an environment, several distinct pieces of video presented separately, or any combination of video with traditional media such as sculpture. Installation video is the most common form of video art today. Sometimes it is combined with other media and is often subsumed by the greater whole of an installation or performance.