VR Installation

Carriberrie

FRIDAY OCTOBER 12TH | 1PM - 5PM | TORONTO REFERENCE LIBRARY

 

Carriberrie is a film that truly takes advantage of the VR medium, telling the exhilarating story of Carriberrie: dance and song in Indigenous Australian culture. As viewers, we are given the opportunity to experience an iconic ceremonial traditional dance in Uluru, funeral songs in the desert, and beautiful landscapes across the country.

DISAPPEARANCE: HONG KONG STORIES

FRIDAY OCTOBER 12TH | 1PM - 5PM | TORONTO REFERENCE LIBRARY

Disappearance: Hong Kong Stories takes a unique look at different places in Hong Kong that are vital for what it means to be a Hong Kong citizen. With three artists acting as our personal tour guides to take us around, this VR film preserves these important spaces which are under threat as mainland China takes over the territory.

The Train Hamasen

FRIDAY OCTOBER 12TH | 1PM - 5PM | TORONTO REFERENCE LIBRARY

The Train Hamasen is a gorgeous visual experience that will take you through the intersections of culture, time and space, all in the span of an 8-minute film taking place in a train station. It is an immersive story that captures what it feels like to live in a global world with the constant exchange of ideas, and imagines a space in which language and culture are no longer barriers.

MADE THIS WAY

FRIDAY OCTOBER 12TH | 1PM - 5PM | TORONTO REFERENCE LIBRARY

Comprised of photographs and virtual reality volumetric testimonials, Made This Way: Redefining Masculinity is an interactive mixed-media documentary that explores how transgender subjects are challenging gender norms and redefining traditional masculinity. By exploring the photographic series, and by moving around the virtual space in which the subjects exist, Made This Way: Redefining Masculinity allows audiences to viscerally experience fluid masculinity.

Homestay

FRIDAY OCTOBER 12TH | 1PM - 5PM | TORONTO REFERENCE LIBRARY

Homestay is a multi-layered experiment that incorporates the latest in VR technology to expand the practice of interactive narrative in an audiovisual environment. Homestay uses a game engine to create its beautiful paper-craft representation of the Nitobe Memorial Garden at the University of British Columbia. The heavily symbolic visuals fold into existence as the user interacts with key elements within the environment. As the user, you will literally construct the environment, from a single leaf to a beautiful, immense garden.

A TRIBE CALLED RED: INDIAN CITY 360°

FRIDAY OCTOBER 12TH | 1PM - 5PM | TORONTO REFERENCE LIBRARY

The acclaimed Indigenous hip-hop crew A Tribe Called Red crosses boundaries between traditional and modern worlds. In this piece, featuring a group of pow wow dancers battling a crew of hip hop dancers in a front of a monument at Fort York, gradient audio allows viewers to change the soundtrack depending on where they look. Users can mix hip-hop, electronic and pow wow sounds into a custom audio experience that explores how cultures overlap in modern society.

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