Glitchy A/V art installation about "space-time compression"

Artists Maotik & Fraction created this glitchy, brain-melting installation at the 2013 MUTEK art/music festival in Montreal. Titled "Dromos," it's meant to push on the concept of dromology, the perception of a compression of space-time. The creators were inspired by trendy French intellectual Paul Virilio who theorized that "Today we are entering a space which is speed-space ... This new other time is that of electronic transmission, of high-tech machines, and therefore, man is present in this sort of time, not via his physical presence, but via programming." (via designboom, thanks Lyn Jeffery!)

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