AV&C is an award winning group of designers, engineers, programmers and technologists
focused on the design and delivery of interactive and responsive media systems in the built environment.
In collaboration with brands, architects, designers, artists and institutions, they are based in NYC and serving clients globally for 17 years.
AV&C and Vincent Houzé joined forces in 2016 to create Phases - a new kinetic light and sound installation premiered at the Day for Night festival (December 17th & 18th, 2016 in Houston, Texas).
Exploring light as a kinetic, sculptural medium, Phases is composed of robotic mirrors that scatter a kaleidoscope of projected beams around a circular scrim enclosed space filled with a generative musical score.
For the same event, the team created and deployed lull, an "immersive and contemplative installation that explores the liminal state between conscious and unconscious." As described: "In the center of an unlit 6,000-square-foot warehouse, waves of liquid light undulate wistfully across the walls of a semi-transparent triangular structure. Simple rules shape this ever-evolving animation, giving rise to organic abstracted patterns with complex behavior that teeter between order and chaos. Immersed in layers of distant melodies that reverberate in sync with the surging fluid, as well as in a dense plume of fog that extends and blurs the light within, visitors dip in and out of the sculpture as if in a dream."