This year's 'Moogfest' in Durham, North Carolina will feature a number of music festival art installments, one of which is inspired by Canadian musician Grimes. With an electronic-based line-up for the festival, many patrons will be enjoying the relaxed dancing style that comes with soft synth sounds.
The installation is made in collaboration with Microsoft to give Grimes fans the opportunity to change her popular song 'Realiti' using the movements of their bodies, allowing them to let the music feel them for once. Their piece of music festival art is said to be divided into four different areas, with each containing a different part of the 2015 song. The large lighted tent will contain 22 speakers and the song, which will play repeatedly follows the body movements of guests.
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