Audio: Dominic Glenn/Fluid
Hypnotically abstract forms and textures enter into dialogue with visceral soundscapes, colliding and redefining themselves as patterns of intricate complexity. Endeka 360 is a VR experiment created by taking and remixing 2D elements from one of D-Fuse’s early animations into 3D space.
D-Fuse is a company of audio-visual innovators working across a range of media and artforms. Founded in the mid-1990s by neurodiverse artist Mike Faulkner, D-Fuse’s output encompasses immersive installations, film, animation, experimental documentary, live A/V performances, and now VR/XR. Recognised as pioneers of VJ-ing and early adopters of new technologies, D-Fuse has embraced digital artforms to engage mainstream audiences with social, ecological, and environmental issues through individual stories and relatable narratives.