VIDEO DOCUMENTATION: Have a look at selected lectures and events from the Immersive Days #1 here!
A hybrid gathering with both real workshops, installations and digital lectures!
Immersive Days #1 is both a network and a new annual gathering of professional artists, curators, researchers, technicians, teachers and students within a broad field of immersive technologies and (artistic) practices. The initiative functions as a continuation of several symposiums, workshops and research into immersive technologies in art.
We meet up to share, explore and playtest XR and immersive sound projects, often works in progress. We give feedback to each other and we share experiences and challenges. The aim is to build a strong collaborative platform, where we help and support each other. And then we try to investigate and map some of the latest technological and artistic developments within the fields of extended reality and spatial sound.
INSTALLATIONS & PERFORMANCES
Open: Tuesday to Sunday, 12.00–17.00
Lundahl & Seitl and ScanLAB Projects, The Memor/Eternal Return series, 2019
VR installation, approx. 20 min. In collaboration with Celsius Projects. Location: VR/Sound Lab
Read more about the VR installation “The Memor/Eternal Return series”
Elin Maria Johansson & Vibeke Bryld, Hush
Installation with 12 min virtual reality experience, Location: Café/Research Platform
Read more about the VR installation “Hush”
Tim Bishop, Blackout
Performance. Participants book in 30 minute time slots, Location: Black Room
Read more about the performance “Blackout”
Retrieval, Absurdum Temporary Art / performance
Thursday, June 10 at 18.00, Location: Red Room
Read more about the “Retrieval” performance
Unknown Cloud Forming – A participatory AR performance by Lundahl & Seitl and Untold Garden
Saturday, June 12 at 21.00, Location: outdoor
Read more about the AR performance by “Unknown Cloud Forming”
THE DISCURSIVE PROGRAMME
With artist talks, lectures and workshops/discussions, mainly held digitally between June 9-13.
Gibson / Martelli
Wednesday, June 9 at 10.00–11.10, Location: Online via Zoom
Read more about the lecture with Gibson / Martelli
Translating performing arts into a digital first interactive experience – how and why? Emma Bexell and Karen Toftegaard in conversation with Darshika Karunahara
Wednesday, June 9 at 14.00–15.10, Location: Online via Zoom
Read more about the conversation with Emma Bexell, Karen Toftegaard and Darshika Karunahara
Mirabelle Jones, When Things Speak – workshop
Wednesday, June 9 at 16.00–17.30, Location: Seminar Room & Streamed to the Café/Research Platform
Read more about the workshop with Mirabelle Jones
Maren Dagny Juell – Instructions and magic in institutional spaces with VR.
Artist presentation and feedback session relating to the new work (LICK KICK PICK) in the XR/location based VR for gallery genre.
Thursday, June 10 at 10.00, Location: Online via Zoom
Read more about the artist presentation with Maren Dagny Juell
Celsius Projects – exhibition presentation by Lena Bergendahl and Max Ockborn and Francis Patrick Brady, All about: Something about the realities we share and the realities we don’t.
Lecture, Thursday, June 10 at 16.00, Location: Seminar Room streamed event via Zoom
Read more about the exhibition
Alessandro Perini, Where did that sound come from? The acousmonium and the utopia of reduced listening
Friday, June 11 at 10.00–11.00, Location: Red Room
Read more the lecture with Alessandro Perini
Paolo Thorsen-Nagel, Artist talk / lecture
Friday, June 11 at 14.00, Location: Red Room
Read more about the artist talk with Paolo Thorsen-Nagel
Tim Bishop, Audio spatialisation and interaction / Workshop
Friday, June 11 at 16.00, Location: Black Room
Read more about the workshop with Tim Bishop
Francis Patrick Brady, The AFR Machine or How to Leave Reality IRL
Online workshop, Sunday, June 13 at 10.00, Location: Online via Zoom
Read more about the online workshop “The AFR Machine or How to Leave Reality IRL”
Lundahl & Seitl and Untold Garden, The Virtual as Ability / Artist talk
Sunday, June 13 at 14.00–15.00, Location: Online via Zoom
Read more about the artist talk with Lundahl & Seitl and Untold Garden
Photo credits: Maren Dagny Juell, Flexible Schedule, Riga Photography Biennial 2020