Mobile Interactive Audiovisual Installation

The second iteration of The Introspectacular series, The Introspectular (Europe) immerses inhabitants inside the illusion of a wide, illuminated cave. Rebuilt with further advanced interactivity; the installation responds to sound as well as movement, transcending boundaries between viewer and work.

Realised within intimate space, through the use of infinitely reflected LED lights: The Introspectacular Europe immediately disassociates it’s inhabiter from all connection to the external environment, triggered into response by the sound of incoming guests.

Webs of culminating light appear and disappear within an infinite encasing landscape, where the viewer and the art work are intrinsically connected.

Hypnotic light patterns and warm melodies emerge in abstract narratives, triggered by interactions of the inhabitant with the space. Through waves of light and soft bell sounds, participants are invited to reach introspective states.

Touring internationally alongside the live tour for the album The Way We Live (Released: Wolf + Lamb, 2012); performance and installation have been separated to dedicate a fully immersive space of sound and light. The Introspectacular (Europe) featured a ‘virtual’ keyboard realized through an infrared camera, allowing interaction with lights and sounds via simple and delicate movements. Fingertips passing through precisely mapped and active fields of space trigger different notes and colors to appear.

The Introspectacular (Europe) has been presented as the sole itinerant installation included in the 16th edition of  "Luci d'Artista" (Artist Lights), hosted by the City of Turin, Italy. Instigated as a solo exhibition at Palazzo Saluzzo Paesana in Turin, Italy in June 2013, The Introspectacular journeyed through the city.

The installation was displayed in 11 different locations over a period of three months, one of which being the Parco della Tesoriera; which is host to the city’s Public Music Library. Here, the artist’s album “The Way We Live” was catalogued by the Library as the first electronic music album to be added to their collection.

The mobile nature of this installation enabled the "Luci d’Artista" festival, usually confined to the city centre, to be more accessible to the public. Being exhibited in the outskirts of the city in addition to the centre; The Introspectacular Europe reached more than 10,000 members of the city’s public.


Jun 2013 - Palazzo Saluzzo Paesana, Turin, IT
Jun 2013 - Bunker, Turin, IT
Sep 2013 - Elita Festival, Milan, IT
Sep 2013 - Cabaret Sauvage, Paris, FR

Nov 2013 - Jan 2014 - Luci D'Artista Festival, Turin, IT:
Torino Cinema Museum, Mole Antonelliana
Torino Music Library, Parco della Tesoriera
Paratissima festival, Piazza Galimberti,
Mercato di Via Cesare Pavese, Largo Saluzzo,
Rotonda di Via Frejus, Mercatino di Piazza Borgo Dora,
Parco Rignon, Piazza Carlo Alberto,
Piazza Chiesa della Salute, Piazza Bottesini

2 x 4m enclosed trailer, transparent mirror, wood, metal, fabric, LED,
computer, midi controller, motion tracking equipment.