Taking inspiration from prehistoric artists whom painted in 360 degrees, Remote Sense takes viewers on a fulldome sensuous journey to the known and unknown.
Remote Sense is a live fulldome AV performance with visuals solely generated from Lidar (laser scanned) data and audio from collaborator and Ecuadorian sound designer Darien Britto.
Taking inspiration from prehistoric artists whom painted in 360 degrees, the work follows the shamanic/artistic process of entoptic phenomena, an altered state, universal, visual experience linked to the central nervous system which inspired mysterious yet familiar geometric and abstract Neolithic art.
Journeying through an Irish woodland, Hang Boi cave in Vietnam, the Scottish brutalist masterpiece St. Peters Seminary, Beauvais Cathedral in France, a US industrial building and a 1950’s Norwegian cinema, the work is a continuous fluctuation between recognised and abstract with the audience’s perception left to fill in the ‘spaces in-between’.
Remote Sense has performed at:
FDUK, National Space Centre | UK, Leicester. 2016
Cryptic Nights, GSC | UK, Glasgow. 2017
Sonica, GSC | UK, Glasgow. 2017
AADN, Vaulx-En-Velin | France, Lyon. 2017
EFFA, Melbourne Planetarium | Australia, 2017
IX Symposium, SAT | Canada, Montreal, 2018
SAT Residency, SAT | Canada, Montreal, 2018
TodaysArt, The Hague, Netherlands , 2018
Mutek Arab Emirates, Dubai, UAE, 2018
Plaisirs D’Hiver, Brussels, Belgium, 2019
Production & Support
Screened at 3 dome theaters and counting...
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