The Creators Project Debuts in San Francisco, Infusing Art, Music, Film, and Technology

By Stonia Seng

I was very fortunate to attend The Creators Project, an event that infuses art, technology, music, and film seamlessly. The Creators Project started as a partnership between Intel and Vice to intertwine art and technology. The event was held this past weekend at Fort Mason, San Francisco, their debut show in the Bay Area. The rain had ended just in time for the main event on Saturday, which included an amazing musical lineup. Headlining the music event on Saturday included, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Squarepusher, The Antlers, and Zola Jesus. A few of the innovative artworks displayed at the show were “Origin” by UVA + Scanner, “The Treachery of Sanctuary” by Chris Milk, and “My Secret Heart” by Mira Calix + Flat-e. Please click on the Fotobabbles below to see photos and hear audio of the amazing art, music, and technology of this time. Enjoy!

All photos © Stonia Seng
Audio Commentary by Morgan Rogers

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