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AKA Collective designs and creates experiential installations and artworks that explore the intersection of physical and virtual worlds.

We believe that art as commentary, design as a medium and installation as a form can enable and facilitate meaningful moments.


Kavya Satyakumar


Kavya Satyakumar is a multimedia and interactive artist whose work strives to create meaningful connections and spaces of wonder.


Her pieces are emotive and range from elegant to outrageous, reflecting her obsession with finding harmony between order and chaos.


Adam Peregovits


Adam Peregovits is a multimedia artist whose work creates spaces for tranquillity and reflection through immersive

and interactive pieces.


His style is visually abstract, seamlessly blending soft natural forms with minimal geometric patterns reflecting his close relationship with nature and technology.

Self Suspense Ion

Self Suspense Ion
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Self Suspense Ion is a participatory multimedia art installation where we invite the audience to ride a physical swing in an immersive projected space. 

This kinesthetic experience transports you to an abstract world using virtual reality technology, to explore the idea of embodied cognition. We invite the audience to reflect on the thoughts, feelings and perception of reality that the piece evokes as they transition from the real to the virtual state.


The experience is an intrinsically human one, where an array of emotions surface - ranging from nostalgia and joy to even isolation and loss.

This piece though designed to be experienced physically, has been adapted into a VR experience as well due to the restrictions of COVID-19.


RectoVRSO as part of VIFF Immersed, 2019

Recto VRSO at Laval Virtual (the Virtual edition) 2020

Recto VRSO at Alliance Francaise (Vancouver) 2020


The Dot

The Dot

Fractals are a way of seeing infinity. Our understanding of the world is determined by our expanse of thought and vision. Through this piece we explore the harmony between order and chaos as we reflect on the idea of infinity.

‘The Dot’ is a location specific video installation that explores and examines the fractal theory through visual abstraction by using a dot as the starting point of conversation.

Sound Credits: 'Astronaught' by Oshan

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Say Hi!

We design and create experiential installations and always looking for people to work and collaborate with.

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