Liminal Lands

Liminal Lands is an immersive installation realized at the museum Luma Arles in France, created from the wetlands of the Camargue. Through VR, the audience begin a 4-player journey as humans in the wetland reservation, and morph into elemental energies as they travel across the forgotten landscape. Fresh water and salt are in constant flux as seasons change. Visitors adapt to insect scale, surrounded by towering ancient wood covered in salt, and spatialized sounds respond to the visitors’ movements. Liminal Lands highlights the unseen energies in the natural world, and is part of Erratic Animist Studio's exploration of methods to make physically immersive exhibitions digitally available.

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Film Screenings

Credits

Director:

Jakob Kudsk Steensen

Executive Producer:

Jakob Kudsk Steensen

Producer:

Erratic Animist, Liz Kircher

Sound Designer:

Matthew McCorkle

Additional Credits:

Curator: Vassilis Oikonomopolis, Sound Artist: Matt McCorkle, Interactive Sound Technology: Reese Donohue and Emre Tanirgan, HDRI Skylight Capture: Matthieu Grospiron, Multiplayer Programming: Wouter Weynants, Optimization: Vladislav Sorkin, Alembic 3D Art Animation: Andy Thomas , Field Biologist: Patrick Grillas, Programme Director at the Tour du Valat, Special Thanks: Atelier Luma, Tour du Valat , Commissioned by: the Luma Foundation

Contact

Distributor:

Sophie Netchaef
sophie@erraticanimist.com

Public Film Contact:

Kate Golledge
Erratic Animist Studio
info@erraticanimist.com

Publicity Contact:

Liz Kircher
liz@erraticanimist.com
016126445358

Details

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Premiere Status:

North American Premiere

Genre:

Documentary, Experimental, Fantasy, Interactive, Sci-Fi

Screening in:

XR Experience Program

Screening Section:

XR Experience Spotlight

Screening Category:

XR Experience

Country:

France

Language:

No Dialogue

Runtime:

18 mins