Angela Bulloch emerged in the late 80s from the Young British Artist scene of Goldsmith’s College in London, and has since worked with a variety media to engage the relation of our behavior and perception to systems, spaces, and abstractions. After having shown regularly in Portugal for over a decade, Bulloch was commissioned by MAAT / Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology to close the cycle of exhibitions for this year’s museum program. Anima Vectorias, the artist’s first large-scale museum exhibition in Portugal, presents aspects of her long-term research and collaboration project in the fields of experimental music, sculpture, computation, and digital composition. Bulloch has utilized new digital technologies and visual modeling to create a series of works exploring blurred distinctions between the physical, digital, and virtual. Anima Vectorias is an immersive and multi-sensory experience, engaging the viewer with a series of moments in which various objects, archetypes, sounds, geometries and avatars coexist and interact – as shadows, doubles, and mirror images.