What makes Virtual Reality different to other media is that it is as much a physical experience as it is visual. It allows us to capture physical movement and environments and to reimagine our perception of the body, space and time. Because of its spatial nature, the implications for new methods of interaction and new interpretations of existing physical arts in this medium are unparalleled.
Digital artist Mária Júdová will present her portfolio of VR artworks to demonstrate how the concepts of body and perception relate to her practice, research and interests. Through her cinematic VR dance experience DUST, MR game Camouflage and VR trilogy Kykeon, she will explain how she
explores the creative possibilities of VR-based techniques in the context of movement, dance and choreography, highlighting the opportunities that each version of reality creates and the challenges of working between them.
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