On Friday 6th of May 2016, the multidisciplinary performance “Diachrony – Transforming Movement Into Sound and Lights” got premiered at Small Theater in Yerevan, Armenia.
The performance was a result of a close collaboration between Arash Azadi, the founder of Structured Experience and Anahit Ter-Sargsyan, the founder of Pantolab. Both artists are interested in seeking alternative ways of artistic expression based on multidisciplinary approach towards new arts.
In the opening night of this performance (May 6th), well known Armenian artists, art curators, art students, founders of cultural NGOs, special guests from the Swiss Cooperation Office for South Caucasus and the honorable ambassador of USA were among the audience.
The performance was performed for the next two days on Saturday and Sunday.

The feedback of Armenian audience to this new genre of art for the region (audiovisual multidisciplinary performance) was very positive, and they showed a great potential and interest for this new growing art scene in Yerevan.

This project was realized in the frames of the “Regional Art and Culture Project in the South Caucasus”, which is managed by the Culture and Management Lab with the financial support of the Swiss Cooperation Office for the South Caucasus (SCO).

Anahit Ter-Sargsyan: movement improvisation
Arash Azadi: sound design, live motion reactive generative visuals and lights

software used: Ableton Live, Synapse for Kinect, Max for Live
tools used: xbox 360 kinect, 2 beamers, stereo sound system

Project Coordinator:
Katarzyna Kowalska

PR Manager:
Ella Kanegarian