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Green Hours
bd. Calea Victoriei 120

+40 788 452 485

Green Hours is one of the „oldest” jazz clubs - and probably the most respected independent theatre - in Romania. Since 1994, every week, our club hosts jazz, blues or alternative live music nights and, since 1997, besides all that, theatrical shows (off-off Broadway kind of...).

ANIMEST 2019 // VR INSTALLATIONS / INSTALAŢII VR @ Green Hours

ANIMATIE


Tip eveniment
DESCHIS si la NAG
Perioada Expozitie
04.10.2019 - 13.10.2019
Program
  • 19:00 - Deschidere
  • 03:00 - Inchidere
LITTLE THINGS by Bandits Collective, UK Director: Bandits Collective Design: Bandits Collective Animation: William Lorton, Paul Torris, Camille Rabes Music: Daniele Carmosino Sound: Daniele Carmosino Production: Picnic Studio Little Louis is happy living with his grandparents in Northern Catalonia. When his grandmother dies, he and his grandfather struggle to rebuild their relationship. A room scale VR short movie focusing on perspectives and point of views. Through Louis' eyes, you will see the world as you used to experience it when you were little. And from few others that only virtual reality can make it possible. NOTHING HAPPENS by TinDrum, Denmark Director: Michelle Kranot, Uri Kranot Design: Michelle Kranot Installation: Sara Topsøe-Jensen Animation: Michelle Kranot, Uri Kranot, Marine Duchet, Juliette Viger, Fabien Corre Music: Uri Kranot Production: Dansk Tegnefilm, Miyu Nothing Happens is both a cinematic and Virtual Reality experience which question the role of the spectator, by inviting the individual to participate in an event. VR allows us to choose our perspective, allows us to become absorbed in the unique atmosphere. The project explores a different kind of narrative, a new way of being in a painting. THE LACUNA SHIFTS by Depart, Austria Authors: Leonhard Lass, Gregor Ladenhauf The virtual reality installation transports the visitor to a place "behind the mirror". The Lacuna is a volatile room that keeps changing around its guest – shifting in scale and mutating its architectural features – while revealing traces of poetic narratives. Loosely inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice books, it combines sound, text and imagery into an alternate surrealism. The installation permits a physically impossible experience of poetic space and a reflection about the fragile relation of the beholder to her/his environment.