1. Infinity’ is an immersive environment project by Refik Anadol. Project is an integral part of artist’s ongoing ‘Temporary Immersive Environment Experiments’ which is a research on audio/visual installations by using the state called immersion which is the state of consciousness where an immersant’s awareness of physical self is transformed by being surrounded in an engrossing environment; often artificial, creating a perception of presence in a non-physical world.

    In this project ‘infinity’ chosen as a concept,a radical effort to deconstruct the framework of this illusory space and transgress the normal boundaries of the viewing experience to set out to transform the conventional flat cinema projection screen into a three dimensional kinetic and architectonic space of visualisation by using contemporary algorithms.

    Light is the major element in the experiment, used to blur and interconnect the boundaries between the two realms actual/fictional and physical/virtual. It signifies the threshold between the simulacrum space created by the projection technology, and the physical space where the viewer stands. The experiments will discuss the inherent spatial qualities of immersive virtual environments and their effect on the embodied person. Through the presented framework, the experiments intends to question the relativity of perception and how it informs the apprehension of our surroundings. Rather than approaching the medium as a means of escape into some disembodied techno-utopian fantasy, projects sees itself as a means of return, i.e. facilitating a temporary release from our habitual perceptions and culturally biased assumptions about being in the world, to enable us, however momentarily, to perceive ourselves and the world around us freshly.

    Room size: 4M x 4M x 4M
    Medium: Four channel Audio/Visual Installation running on custom software. (Original experience: 14 Minutes, 7 algorithms.)

    Exhibitied at Artnivo’s ’40 Meters 4 Walls 8 Cubes’ in collaboration with Istanbul Biennial at Zorlu Performing Art Center. November, 2015.

    Thanks to: Sebnem Alp Akin, Alkan Eraltan, Kian Khiaban, Efsun Erkilic, Raman K. Mustafa, Zorlu Perfming Arts Center and Artnivo Teams.

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  2. Titre : Filmer le rien
    Date : Mercredi 20 septembre 2017, de 12h45 à 13h45
    Lieu : Galerie de l’UQAM
    Adresse : 1400, rue Berri, Pavillon Judith-Jasmin, Local J-R 120
    Partenaires : Galerie de l’UQAM et MOMENTA | Biennale de l’image

    Le réalisateur serbe Boris Mitić discutera des images du « Museum of Nothing(s) » qui sont des illustrations documentaires du concept du «Rien», filmées par une multitude de cinéastes du monde entier et réunies dans cette plateforme de brouillonage en ligne, ouverte pour la première fois au grand public dans le cadre de Momenta, biennale de l’image.
    (Texte du commissaire Ami Barak, catalogue Momenta)

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  3. An interactive ballet performance produced by Laserentertainment using Blacktrax tracking technology and reactive realtime visual mapping with Touchdesigner


    Producer: Laserentertainment s.r.l
    Performer: Ivan Zappetti and Jenny Godano
    Art director:Diomedi Mattia
    Touchdesigner programming: Mattia Diomedi, Andrew Quinn
    Touchdesigner special consultant: Andrew Quinn
    Laser Programming: Lorenzo Pompei
    Music by: Jóhann Jóhannsson, Kangding Ray

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  4. Franck vigroux & Antoine schmitt
    images Ensemble Inter-contemporaine, Philharmonie de Paris

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  5. Acoustic dust performance on the Red planet (northwestern part of the Aeolis Quadrangle at 5.4˚S, 137.8˚E) by KORB and ECHOLAB.

    A gale is very strong wind. Gale is also a crater on Mars where NASA Curiosity rover landed on August 2012. It is the most advanced mobile robotic science lab ever to explore another planet. The rover aims to behave for a Martian year, but the nuclear power source may last for 14 years. What does the future hold for Curiosity? Will Mars rover ever leave Gale Crater?

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