With a particular interest in creating site-specific experiences through moving image (film, animation) and sound, her work often investigates the complexity of the human psyche, self-identity, and the various forms of communications we shape with the nature and technology.
In 2017, She co-founded SYNTREX, a multimedia collective with an aim to merge choreography, experimental sound and moving image – creating performances expressing the three artistic languages with one voice. The collective has since performed in various venues such as the Pickle Factory and the Silver Building.
Amy graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2016 and completed an MA in Ethnographic and Documentary Films at University College London.firstname.lastname@example.org
SYNTREX is a London-based multimedia art collective dedicated to fusing experimental sound, moving image, choreography and technology. It was founded by creative duo Ieva Vaiti (composer and producer), and Amy Dang (visual artist), who both met at a residency for Curious Festival (part of the Barbican Centre event series).
The collective is particularly interested in creating site-specific, interactive experiences, integrating multi-channel live audiovisuals and choreographic compositions.
The current project Syntrex: PLACES // 2 is a new collaboration with choreographer Magnus Westwell. The work explores the performative sense of ‘journey’, and the sensations which accompany physical transitions. It is a re-work of our old show PLACES, which had been performed in Tripspace (2018, UK) and Pickle Factory (2019, UK).
PLACES // 2 is on tour right now. You can find more details HERE.
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