April 1, 2021
April 30, 2021

AMYGDALA has been moved to April 1-30, 2021 to allow for more audience engagement opportunities with the artistic team. No ticket or purchase required.

Winner, Best Outdoor Work of Light
CITIC Press Lightening Selection 2020!

AMYGDALA is an audiovisual installation capable of representing the collective emotional state of the Internet and its changes on the basis of events that take place around the world. Using proprietary algorithms, AMYGDALA pulls information from social media in real time and translates the data into stunning light displays. The aim is to make visible the flow of data and information that are constantly being created by users, allowing participants to reflect on the opportunities and dangers of the digital revolution that we are currently going through.  AMYGDALA premiered in 2016 at CUBO Condividere Cultura in Bologna, Italy, and was seen most recently in 2019 at ARTECHOUSE in Washington, DC.

I’m drawn to work that speaks to both the visceral and the intellectual, and AMYGDALA appears to do just that. There is a sense of ritualism, repetition, and exploration that drifts out from the imagery and forms.”-Cycling ’74

April 1-30, 2021
Arts Plaza at the Ferst Center for the Arts

About fuse*

fuse* is an Italian studio and production company operating at the intersection of art and science, with the aim of exploring the expressive potential offered by the creative use of emerging digital technologies. Their research has focused primarily on the production of installations and live-media performances capable of profound audience engagement, amplifying the emotional impact of the narration. Georgia Tech Arts presented the company’s hypnotic Dökk to a packed house at the Ferst Center for the Arts in October 2019.

Visit fuse*'s website.

** While Georgia Tech Arts is proceeding with planning for events to begin as scheduled, we will follow the lead of the Institute, the University System of Georgia, the city of Atlanta, the state of Georgia and public health experts to determine when it is safe and appropriate to resume public gatherings.

A generative data installation by fuse*, an Italian studio and production company exploring the creative use of emerging digital technologies.
thousands of points of white light on a dark background, a visual representation of data on a computer screen