menu

Adolescent Sessions: Security Camera Concerts

Adolescent Sessions: Security Camera Concerts
Arts & Culture
Dan Gould
  • 4 march 2008


Viva-Radio‘s Adolescent Sessions turns the idea of a concert inside-out. The monthly event, held at Brooklyn’s UnionDocs creates a private, voyeuristic spectacle out of what would normally be a public affair. The show is viewed live, but there’s a barrier between the performers and the audience. Bands are secluded in a basement studio and the audience watches the video feed in a nearby screening room. The effect is at once both compelling and cold. The surveillance camera style split screen gives you intimate views of the band, but at the loss of any interaction with the crowd.

Adolescent Sessions

+children
+culture
+Entertainment
+technology
Trending

Capsule Is Reimagining The Pharmacy As A Patient-First Experience

Health
Guides
Debriefs
AI Yesterday
Cities Yesterday
No search results found.