CO·ACT | [rare] act together, as of organisms
CO·ACT | 1 [weave]
CO-ACT | [rare] act together, as of organisms
CO-ACT I :
ȚÉSE | weave
Ecology. any interaction among organisms within a community.
coact (third-person singular simple present coacts, present participle coacting, simple past and past participle coacted)
(rare) To work together.
to work in concert; to unite
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The soundscape platform 'Superluminal Program' offers artists the opportunity to express, through music, a construction of abstract noises that align with our sensibilities. Imagery serves as the starting point to conjure a non-visual interpretation of the built environment as an aural sound map.
In slowing down, looking closer and re-examining our understanding of the world, we can bring to light a rarified expression of beauty that is more in line with nature, humanity and well-intentioned altruism. PARALLEL DIMENSIONS is an aggregation of form, co-act and sound that will decondition the eye and subvert previous impressions of thought. As mediums fuse, they will compose a space for people to experience their surroundings through a purified lens.