Immersive Days #1
Exploring and playtesting XR and immersive sound projects
5 April 2021 - 9 April 2021

Immersive Days 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.

Due to the latest developments of Covid-19 and the regional restrictions, we have decided to postpone the Immersive Days gathering scheduled for November 11-12, 2020 until April 2021 where it can coincide with our Acousmatic Lab.

Until then, we would like to invite you to a series of online lectures and discussions leading up to the gathering next year.

LECTURE # 1 / Webinar

11 November 2020, 9.15 am

Mattias Wallergård, Are you ready for the blue pill? Virtual Reality Researcher at LTH, Lund University

Read more about lecture # 1

LECTURE # 2 / Webinar

10 December 2020, 10.00 am

Mirabelle Jones, Design Ethics in Immersive Experiences. Creative technologist, educator, and researcher based in Copenhagen

Read more about lecture # 2

Did you miss the webinar? Check it out here!

LECTURE # 3 / Webinar

21 January 2021, 10.00 am

Immersion Artist Jakob la Cour will share his artistic devotion to explorations within the field of mysticism and XR.

LECTURE # 4 / Webinar

18 February 2021, 10.00 am

Tim Bishop will discuss his use of spatial audio and other immersive technologies in combination with one-to-one performance methodologies.

Read more about lecture # 4

Photo credits: Lundahl & Seitl, Eternal Return, 2019, photo by Soma Sato

Mattias Wallergård, Mirabelle Jones, Gibson & Martelli (Ruth Gibson & Bruno Martelli), Lundahl & Seitl (Christer Lundahl & Martina Seitl), Johan Lundin, Francis Patrick Brady, Mark Durkan, Jakob la Cour, Tim Bishop, Kent Olofsson, Alessandro Perini, Jakob Riis, Lotta Fahlén