An Immersive Sound & Light Experience
Waterloo Greenway and Fusebox are proud to announce Ghost Line X, an immersive sound and light experience at Waterloo Park on Saturday, April 15, 2023. Produced by experiential arts collective Rolling Ryot, Ghost Line X is a massive, 15-channel, immersive sound art project that investigates the creative potential of sound in motion. This unique motion-through-space experience moves linearly from one channel to the next across fifteen large speakers arranged linearly across 300-feet inside the Moody Amphitheater at Waterloo Park.
Composers from across the globe have been commissioned to create sound compositions designed to activate the scale and spatial qualities of this sound system. Each of the created compositions is uniquely engaged with the theme of transportation technology and the vector quality of the sounds they produce. The project features compositions by:
- Sebastian DeWay (Montreal, Canada)
- Brian Wenner (Brooklyn, NY)
- Lyman Hardy (Austin, TX)
- Augusto Meijer (Netherlands)
- James Talambas (Ft. Worth)
- Emmett Palaima (Brooklyn)
- Chill Pillsbury/Hexseq (Austin)
“Rolling Ryot has continued to expand the sphere of unique spatial sound systems, harkening back to their Rainforest Reverb in 2019 with their sonic reinterpretations of an abstracted rainforest inside of a 5-story parking garage. Ghost Line X challenges a new landscape this time around and engages directly with the potential of a sonic inspired future.” –Fusebox Team
Visitors can experience Ghost Line X from 7:30-10:00 PM at Moody Amphitheater at Waterloo Park for one-night only! The event is FREE and open to the public though RSVP are encouraged. It is appropriate for all ages. Visitors are encouraged to bring their blankets and lawn chairs. Bike riding and ride-sharing are encouraged.
Ghost Line X is produced by Kyle Evans and Barna Kantor with the support Nelda Studios and dadaLab. To learn more about Rolling Riot, visit RollingRyot.net.
To learn more about Fusebox and see the 2023 festival line-up, visit FuseboxFesival.com
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ABOUT ROLLING RYOT
Rolling Ryot is a nonprofit collective that specializes in immersive sound art. Their original works were grounded in mobile soundscapes moved through residential neighborhoods. Their works include the massive 32-speaker Rainforest Reverb project presented for the 2019 Fusebox Festival and the immersive percussion ensemble Dumpster Fire held in 2020 and 2022.
ABOUT FUSEBOX FESTIVAL
Fusebox is a non-profit arts organization based in Austin, TX. We were founded by a group of artists in 2005 who wanted to create a robust exchange of ideas across different art forms and geography, with a particular interest in the live experience. Today Fusebox partners with organizations all over the world ranging from small grassroots organizations to major art centers and festivals, and we produce two festivals (The Fusebox Festival & Live in America) along with year-round programming and events. Fusebox celebrates the boundless potential of live performance and the unique possibilities that emerge when we gather.
ABOUT WATERLOO GREENWAY
Waterloo Greenway Conservancy is a non-profit organization whose mission is to create and maintain an extraordinary urban park system and a restored Waller Creek, in partnership with the City of Austin, for the benefit of all. The Conservancy renews the natural environment, promotes play, health and wellness, economic vitality and mobility, and engages the community through outreach, education, cultural events, and the arts.