Inference Engine is a project created by Wilmington student, artist, and musician (who performs under The Waking Life) Luis Adorno in 2015 in order to get local musicians from all areas together to create collaborative and improvisational site specific pieces of music and sound art. The collectives first performance was at the Cameron Art Museum for their exhibit Response Is The Medium where the crowd was encouraged to interact with the art as well as accompany the group on various instruments that were provided.
I work because I have an unexplainable drive inside me to do so and it is my role as an artist to get my ideas out into the world. I enjoy doing things differently and bringing different ideas and concepts together to see what can be created from improvisation and collaboration between artists and musicians. Life in general is a huge inspiration for me when creating, especially the ever growing presence of technology in our lives in the 21st century.
Inference Engine is a revolving lineup of local musicians from multiple genres and disciplines that perform improvised pieces of ambient, experimental, noise, and avant garde music. Collaboration is a big part of the performances and audience participation is encouraged whenever possible. This project is used to bring artists and audience together to create a unique piece of music and art each and every time.
Where you can see this artist's work:
'Mature Brains' - 'Core'
Saturday, July 9th, 2016
CFCC studio theatre