Creators Project brings together art, music and tech

Dressed in a sheer button-down shirt and long skirt, the flame-headed Florence Welch belts out new numbers.

Story highlights

  • Karen O premieres her psycho-opera "Stop the Virgens"
  • Florence + the Machine debut songs from their upcoming album "Ceremonials"
  • Xavier de Rosnay and Gaspard Augé of Justice play a DJ set
The Creators Project, a partnership between Vice Media and Intel, took over the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, on October 15 and 16 to continue its mission to bring art, music and tech together in exciting and unexpected ways.
In addition to installations like David Bowie's "Life on Mars" revisited by Mick Rock and Barney Clay, a cocoon of light and sound by filmmaker Jonathan Glazer and Spiritualized's J. Spaceman, interconnected floor panels by Cantoni and Crescenti that undulate when you walk on them and the massive, responsive light cube by United Visual Artists, there were films by Spike Jonze and Arcade Fire as well as a screening of Kevin Macdonald's user-generated film "Life in a Day."