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Day for Night: Merging Art and Music

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After its inaugural year in 2015, Day For Night has already solidified its reputation for creating an experiential event that integrates digital art with live music performances, leading to an entirely unique festival experience.

 

“We are able to do something that is normally never done,” says curator Alex Czetwertynski. “Since it’s this type of art that’s based on light and computation and interactivity, it’s an emerging field and we’re giving people an opportunity to get familiar with it.”

 

With more than a dozen artists from across the globe creating installations for last year’s festival, Day For Night promises to impress audiences again with even more mind-blowing visuals in 2016. Check out our video and hear the artists from last year’s Day For Night explain why this is the festival of the future.