5 events and 11 articles for sensorystories

With facial recognition software, RIOT (prototype) reads your emotions, which in turn affect its storyline. We spoke with London-based multidisciplinary immersive filmmaker Karen Palmer, who created the installation in partnership with the National Theatre's Immersive Storytelling Studio and Brunel University London, about using what you learn in these experiences to help “navigate through fear” in everyday life. How do you approach the use...
With technologies including multiperson virtual reality, facial recognition, and stereoscopic 360 video, we thought some of Lucid Realities’ visitors might want to better understand what it is they’re experiencing as they make their way through the exhibition. To accompany its works, we offer you this Lucid Realities glossary as an accessible point of reference, if desired, to support your personal dialogue with the exhibition. 1-...
July18Dec.16

The third instalment of the Sensory Stories immersive exhibition, curated by Phi and Future of StoryTelling (FoST).

The DHC/ART Education team collaborated with the Phi Centre on a series inspired by the exhibition Embodied Narrative: Sensory Stories of the Digital Age.  In my work as an educator at DHC/ART, I regularly co-inhabit exhibition spaces with security guards and gallery attendants. In our own ways, we all mediate visitors’ exhibition experiences, and so our respective relationships to artworks inevitably evolve in some way. Over the course of a...
The DHC/ART Education team collaborated with the Phi Centre on a series inspired by the exhibition Embodied Narrative: Sensory Stories of the Digital Age. Can virtual reality foster empathy? Virtual reality (VR) is currently being experimented with as a tool to foster empathy, which is defined as “the feeling that you understand and share another person's experiences and emotions”. In particular, the United Nations is developing several VR...
L’équipe de DHC/ART Éducation a collaboré avec le Centre Phi pour une série d’articles inspirée par l’exposition Sensory Stories: donner corps au récit à l’ère numérique. Sensory Stories: donner corps au récit à l'ère numérique présente 14 œuvres interactives offrant aux visiteurs l'occasion d'être transportés par des récits multisensoriels. Le concept de présence est au cœur de l'exposition. Le discours entourant...
L’équipe de DHC/ART Éducation a collaboré avec le Centre Phi pour une série d’articles inspirée par l’exposition Sensory Stories: donner corps au récit à l’ère numérique, dont voici le premier texte. A one, a people, and an adult of the days. The shadows on the perfume are moving away. An art, a portrait, and a two-hundred-year-old day with the rest of us, and those who expect to prove that the world is superficial and the...
Au travers du prisme de la perte, Guy Maddin a fait exploser le récit cinématographique pour ressusciter des œuvres disparues à travers trois expériences inédites: un film fantasmagorique, un site Web et une installation. Incursion dans son univers onirique. Dès ses premiers contacts avec le cinéma, le créateur manitobain Guy Maddin entreprend de visionner la filmographie intégrale de ses réalisateurs favoris. Il réalise vite que le...
«Être humain ce n'est pas de voir, c'est d'aimer.» — John Hull Notes on Blindness: Into Darkness est le récit multisensoriel d’un voyage au cœur de la cécité, certes, mais c'est surtout un voyage au coeur de l’émotion. Rencontre avec Arnaud Colinard, l’un des producteurs de l’œuvre.  L’œuvre immersive Notes on Blindness: Into Darkness plonge le visiteur dans la progressive cécité de l’écrivain et universitaire John...
June14Aug.212016

An interactive exhibition to experience at the Phi Centre: 14 cutting-edge works that transport you on a sensory journey in which you are the hero.

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