In the ever-evolving world of electronic music, artists are constantly pushing the boundaries of creativity and innovation.
Recently, at the Brooklyn Mirage in New York, electronic music duo Tale Of Us took their live performance to a whole new level by incorporating cutting-edge real-time generative technology into their show.
Collaborating with the talented visual artist Ben Heim, Tale Of Us, along with Anyma and Chris Avantgarde, unveiled mesmerizing visuals spectacle that left the audience in awe.
The Creative Mind Behind the Visuals – Ben Heim
Benjamin Heim, an artist known for his mastery of real-time generative visuals, played a pivotal role in bringing this extraordinary experience to life. Heim provided a sneak peek into the visuals on his Instagram stories leading up to the event, offering a glimpse into the magic that was about to unfold.
One of Heim’s showcases involved abstract images that responded to the music in real-time. These images, controlled by music parameters, danced and transformed in harmony with the beats, creating a captivating visual symphony that was in perfect sync with the music.
Another fascinating display featured a series of intricate flowers that dynamically reacted to the music. Controlled by a joystick, Ben Heim maneuvered the camera through the virtual garden of flowers, adding a sense of depth and immersion to the visual experience. The result was a mesmerizing journey through a world of vibrant blooms, all perfectly synchronized with the music.
The canvas for this breathtaking display was none other than the colossal LED wall at the Brooklyn Mirage. Towering over the audience, this state-of-the-art LED installation provided the perfect backdrop for Tale Of Us‘ ethereal sounds and Ben Heim’s mesmerizing visuals.
Tale Of Us Unveil “I Think I Lost My Mind” Visuals
During their performance, Tale Of Us took the opportunity to unveil the new visuals for their unreleased track “I Think I Lost My Mind.” The LED wall came alive with a mysterious, dark skeleton humanoid draped in a cloak and holding a mysterious staff-like object. As the beat dropped, this enigmatic figure emitted forceful waves of energy, creating an otherworldly connection between the music and the visuals. It was a spine-tingling moment that left the audience in a state of trance.
Anyma, in collaboration with Chris Avantgarde, also presented new visuals for their track “Simulation.” The LED wall transformed into a surreal world where a robot humanoid, reminiscent of the one featured in the film “Samsara,” took center stage. As the beat intensified, the humanoid unfolded its wings, symbolizing a transformation that paralleled the music’s evolution.
The integration of real-time generative technology into live music performances is ushering in a new era of immersive experiences. Artists like Ben Heim are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, blurring the lines between music, art, and technology. The result is a sensory overload that transports the audience into uncharted realms of audiovisual ecstasy.
Afterlife’s collaboration with Ben Heim at the Brooklyn Mirage was a testament to the limitless creativity that electronic music can inspire. As technology continues to advance, we can only imagine what otherworldly experiences await us in the future.
In an industry where innovation reigns supreme, one thing is certain: the future of live music is looking brighter, more captivating, and more immersive than ever before.