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    Martijn Holtkamp - 21.05.2024 - 13:58

  2. It will happen here, in Barcelona (Tindrà lloc aquí, a Barcelona)

    Tindrà lloc aquí a Barcelona (It will happen here in Barcelona) is an immersive experience that reframes questions of sea-level rise, migration and extinction, in which familiar places — and the memories and dreams that attend them — are transformed by rising waters; the work gives rise to acts of recognition, utterance and transformation. Viewers travel along the marshlands and industrial wastelands of our local watershed and others worldwide that are shaped by industrialization. The sounds, images and text flow like waters, following a computer-code based system that gathers materials together in ever-changing experiences. Like ocean tides, the code-driven work is always changing. Roderick Coover’s images, gathered over the past decade from journeys on and around shorelines, combine with field recordings, voices and electronic music composed by Adam Vidiksis. Nick Montfort draws from Coover’s logs to create a continually evolving, poetic text.

    Martijn Holtkamp - 21.05.2024 - 14:02

  3. Frédéric Deslias

    Frédéric Deslias

    Martijn Holtkamp - 21.05.2024 - 15:25

  4. Alain Damasio

    Alain Damasio

    Martijn Holtkamp - 21.05.2024 - 15:27

  5. Nh-9

    Poetry in virtual reality
    Interactive immersive environment
    By weaving imaginaries in the mode of biomimicry, Nh-9 is an immersive poetry experience that attempts to develop notions of interrelationships as guiding links to build scenes of symbiotic relationships between humans and non-humans. humans The aim of this project is to allow to be immersed in a state of sensory modifications (and/or mutations) in order to construct interconnected landscapes by imagining a living world – made up of beings and the relationships between these beings.

    Martijn Holtkamp - 21.05.2024 - 15:44

  6. Christy Sheffield Sanford

    Christy Sheffield Sanford

    Dene Grigar - 21.05.2024 - 17:55