Installations | Exhibitions | Performances

Ramin is the co-founder of two collectives which organise events currently mostly in Europe.

As a tribe of like minded artists and explorers we come together to create spaces of experience and inner reflection. We take visitors onto journeys to new places, in the world and within ourselves. We achieve this through a diverse set of tools:

  • experiemental site-specific multi-screen installations
  • abstract performances (merging modern circus, Butoh dance and ritualistic trances) and a mindful decoration of the space we inhabit
  • on-site filming and live mixing of films in collaboration with live musicians, creating a new form of digital live ritual

The Liva Village

A magical festival space of exploration

Coming Up

April 2018

DREAMS live | Café Chaos – Universität Köln – 20/04/2018

Past Performances

March 2018


Allerwelts Party | Autonomes Zentrum

Cologne, Germany


Against All Logic | ZAK

Cologne, Germany

August 2017

MOYNMOYN Festival | Northern Germany


July 2017

Kometa Festival | Riga, Latvia

Exhibition, installation, Performance

November 2016

Black Magic Baby Jesus live | Michelberger Hotel, Berlin

October 2016

Black Magic Baby Jesus live | Seekult Festival, Friedrichshafen, Germany


an experimental experience in layers
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The Cinema – Kometa Festival

In June 2017 the VOIIAGE team set up camp in Riga. We were comissioned to create the cinema village at Kometa Festival. In the ruins of a 400-year old fortress, in a tunnel that was used to wash torpedos we set out to create a cinema cathedral. A 6x8m projection and a hidden cinema room full of candles, deck chairs, incents and 480 minutes of  looped films were played for 72 hours nonstop, so anytime one came something else was playing, taking the visitors deep down into themselves. 

On Saturday we held a ritualistic performance to open the space and acknowledge the horrors that had happened in these walls for hundreds of years, throughout the rule of Latvians, Germans and Soviets.The play was titled the Circus of Dreams and began with audio-visual  live cinema by Ramin Aryaie and the slow cutting of the cloth. 

Splitting Dreams

A visual exploration of a unique dance performance.