Vague Haven Feb 22-28th 2019

A large scale interactive / immersive installation

Haven- a place of safety or refuge, a haven for wildlife
Vague - seemingly; apparently but not really

Vague Haven, a contemplation of the natural, lush, fertile paradise, an eden of sorts, within the context of today’s technological culture. A place where lovers and refugees hide or take shelter as a community. This haven is intended to be a playground for creative interactions, performance and experimentation.

Interactive and immersive installation curated and conceived by Kim Doan Quoc, Oya Damla and MAKS

Creative Direction, projection mapping, animation design and custom interactive projection systems by Kim Doan Quoc

Concept, Sound Design, Co-Creative Direction and Production by Oya Damla

Programming, installation production and arduino coding by Maxwell Abeles ( MAKS )

Curatorial and Organizational support by Kira DeCoudres

Closing Night documentation with performances by

Tobaron Waxman
Anna Hafner with Kira deCoudres
Jaguar Mary X
Jamie Emerson & Lucas Kane

Opening Night Documentation Video by @MaryCurranPhoto

Performances by

What is This (Oya Damla, Kim Don Quoc & Kira DeCoudres)

MAKS, C.H. Barney & One8five6 Six8two3two

Wild Embeddings | Brooklyn, NY | Last SHow Of The QUarter. First half: Performance Artists Vague Haven using Ableton for audio and Resolume Arena 6 to map the room for visuals. Fully interactive midi controllers throughout the room adding to the aesthetic and public participation.