[NetBehaviour] VR performance + residency. Traces
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As I am currently the only one of Second Front who has Room scale VR, “we’d” love to work with you in this new space.
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Subject: [NetBehaviour] VR performance + residency. Traces
In december and later again in February I had the occasion to discover VR during a residency in Lyon.
I have never worn a VR headset and I am not someone very much interested in games, so it was with a bit of hesitation I went to Lyon to try to get my head around it.
Where are we in VR space? In what is called Third Space? or in a liminal space? and is it important to know where we are?
Is the “I” still important in there, and how do we meet an other? What other ? How far are we giving up control? How far do we dissolve, get lost? Who arranges what? And what relationship to our body can we have, do we have?
Could a VR experience become like an intractive entanglement training?
It turned out to be a very interesting experience. I tried to make some of it available to nonFrench speaking people.
Wh(o/at) <=> arranges <=> When. Performance. Archives, notes, protocol, video, photos.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have questions. I would love to continue reserching VR in the in between zone. Not from the inside, nor from the outside, but on the border of both.
<https://thirdspacenetwork.com/symposium2018/disentangling-the-entanglements/> Disentangling the Entanglements by Randall Packer about my upcoming performance with Antye Greie, Helen Varley Jamieson, Soyung Lee, Hương Ngô, Daniel Pinheiro, and Igor Stromajer in The Art of the Networked Practice Online Symposium - March 29-31 2018.
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