Hugo Johnson and Scorpios regulars, music duo Bedouin, create the perfect storm with Zorba, an art collaboration that uses geographic data to reimagine extreme weather patterns as human beings with unique identities. The creative pairing offers a glimpse into the souls of these storms, bringing together Hugo's hypnotic 3D compositions with Bedouin’s consciousness-expanding beats. The star of the portrait series Is Zorbas, the first cyclone to hit the Mediterranean.
Hugo Johnson is an Irish 3D artist and art director based in London. His strength lies in his ability to leverage experimental 3D practices to create visually striking designs and intricate, hypnotic visual narratives — playing with the notion of time to create infinite moments captured within a loop. Over the course of his career, Hugo has collaborated with leading brands and has had his work exhibited around the world, including in London, Tokyo, Paris, and South Korea.
Bedouin consists of music production and DJ duo, Tamer Malki and Rami Abousabe. Musicians, singers, songwriters, and multi-instrumentalists, Bedouin’s psychedelic interpretation of deep house is inspired by diverse influences, from their Middle-Eastern heritage to their nomadic lifestyle.