Invited to Venice Biennale Cinema College VR 2019

queerskins ark biennale presentation

Just returned from Venice Biennale Cinema VR lab where we worked on our second episode of Queerskins: a love story for VR. In Queerskins ark, Mary-Helen, the  mother of Sebastian, whom she has lost to AIDS,  finds a way to transcend her grief and her self through reading his diary.  It is our hope that through the unique possibilities of VR storytelling (in this episode we harness the visitor’s body movement for storytelling) visitors can also transcend if just for a time their own limits of themselves and their world.  This was an incredibly productive experience for us. The mentors and participants were so generous with their creativity and knowledge. So grateful for this opportunity.  Stay tuned for updates.

#Queerskins #VR in #Nova Scotia #Canada!

 

Really pleased to be part of this VR show in Halifax curated by a great artist David Clark.

Whew! This month Queerskins is showing in Canada, Switzerland and Texas!

Above are new photos of participants at our installation at the TIFF Lightbox Gallery in Toronto in June taken by Tagger Yancey and Yann Voljean. These photos will be exhibited in 16x 20″ format in the installation in Houston at The Rice University Media Center. Nov 8-12. I’ll be giving an artist’s talk at noon on Nov 9.

 

Queerskins: a love story #VR to have #European #Premiere

 

Happy to announce that Queerskins: a love story will have its European premiere in November at The Geneva International Film Festival.  Unfortunately, no installation, but they are working with us on creating the haptic chair which rumbles with the car engine. Skywalker Sound ,who did our audio post production and design, made it so bass noises are transmitted to a subwoofer under the seat. It’s a very elegant, very effective addition to the experience.