SpaceOpera by Visual Delight

Eighteen months ago, the first evidence of intelligent life off the Earth was discovered. It was buried forty feet below the lunar surface, near the crater Tycho.

Except for a single, very powerful radio emission aimed at Jupiter, the four million-year-old black monolith has remained completely inert, its origin and purpose still a total mystery.

My god, it’s full of stars...

Audio by Max Cooper

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Made by Visual Delight

Visual Delight is the playground of Steve Gerges. Luxembourg based motion designer and audiovisual artist.

Motion Designer since 2000 and VJ since around the same time, he's always looking to experiment with images and sound especially in a live environment. This had led to the creation of the Visual Delight collective back in 2003, which was abandoned since then but Steve moved forward in becoming a permanent VJ for the Luxemburgish band ARTABAN in 2009. This gave him the possibility to push his experimentation further by focusing on real-time and audio-reactive visuals. In the meantime he's trying to develop more artistic projects, combining visuals and interactive parameters.

License

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