APICC is proud to present Macro Waves as this year's FEATURED ARTIST for the 25th Annual United States of Asian America Festival.
Breath.io is a multi-sensory installation that serves as a futuristic community healing space. Through sound, visual, and movement therapy, breath.io celebrates the power of collective care through the practice of guided meditation.
Breath.io follows a science fiction narrative in a future utopian reality where humans have reached a higher state of consciousness through the praxis of collective care. Visitors are invited inside the space to participate in a futuristic meditation experience. Entering the installation, an instructional meditation video led by intergenerational guides greets visitors through a series of body movements and breathing exercises. An interactive light sculpture in the center of the installation space leads the visitors through a collective breath exercise. Participants will be encouraged to breathe together in synchronization, symbolizing community union as a form of radical healing. This light sculpture synchronized with the audio-guided meditation will slowly fade bright to dim, mimicking human breath.
Learn more at macrowaves.xyz/breath-io
Macro Waves is Robin Birdd David, Jeffrey Yip and Dominic Cheng.
Opening reception featuring a guided movement with Jin Lee Baobei
Closing reception featuring Breathwork for Collective Consciousness with Chanel Durley
ABOUT MACRO WAVES
Macro Waves is a Bay Area-based art collective producing immersive experiences that center social equity through conceptual art, new media, and design. As artists, designers, and creative technologists of color, we embrace collaboration in our creative practice of transforming spaces into places for human connection, exploration, and play.
Follow Macro Waves at @macro_waves_
Opening Reception: Sun, Jun 5 @ 3-6PM
Featuring guided movement with Jin Lee Baobei
Closing Reception: Fri, Jun 17 @ 7-10PM
Featuring Breathwork for Collective Consciousness with Chanel Durley
509 Ellis St
San Francisco, CA 94109
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ASL interpretation will be available for the duration of the event.
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