The CODAME 2013 ART+TECH Festival was a curated experience into auditory, tactile, optical, taste and yes, olfactory installations called 5ENSES.
An exclusive, immersive guided journey that subverted your perception and re-awaken your senses @GeekdomSF startup co-working space from Rackspace San Francisco.
Thanks to 845a.co for the great video footage!
CODAME 2013 ART+TECH Festival 5ENSES
Get ready for an exclusive, immersive guided journey that will subvert your perception and re-awaken your senses.
A highly electrifying event to re-experience your five sense in a carefully curated immersive space. Your guides will lead you through each room where you will ignite each sense one by one, ultimately delivering you into the Gallery.
The Gallery, the quintessential mashup of senses —art, music, tech, performances— that CODAME has come to be known for. Installations, dance, interactive art+tech will all await your freshly disrupted, re-experienced self.
The ART+TECH Festival will also include:
#INDIE GAME Room
Play a selection of CODAME GAMES and traditional arcade games, presented by Lanica, the game developer experts.
#SIXTH SENSE Room
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#ART by CODE (Silent Auction)A silent auction for traditional wall hanging pieces by artists working with algorithms, logic and data! Work from Antonio Cortez, Kristin Henry, Josh Nimoy, Matthew Cella Curated by Hanna Regev
Donation based drinks to deliver a fun and ultimate taste experience.
The CODAME Team will be hunting for the best ART+TECH dress for a special surprise!
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Bad Unkl Sista, Paolo Salvagione, Dolores Joya, Bryan and Vita Hewitt, Ken Murphy, Paul Clipson, Patrick Dintino, Jeff Cheung, Jonathan Wallraven, Leo Madrid, Bill Hsu, DC Spensley, Kinetech, Colin Roache, Carl Pisaturo, Issac Cohen, Kal Spelletich, Robert Edgar, Charlie Levin, Felipe Brahm, and more