'Captured' is a participatory installation, which captures your face and creates a new identity for you in a virtual community, where crowd behaviour leads to unsettling scenarios of ritualised humiliation.
Hanna Haaslahti / Finland, Germany / 2021
‘Civil Dusk’ is a film installation about a post-migrant notion of belonging. In a semi-autobiographical narrative, Europe-born artist David Uzochukwu re-assesses his own gaze upon his Nigerian father.
David Uzochukwu, Dafe Oboro / Germany, Nigeria / 2022 / 26 min / World Premiere
Drengeblå / Sange fra i dag
'Drengeblå / Sange fra i dag’ is an installation and song cycle by Aske Zidore and Anders Lauge Meldgaard revolving around the theme of economy as a life form and language.
Aske Zidore, Anders Lauge Meldgaard / Denmark / 2022 / 30 min / World Premiere
End of Night
October 1943. You are in a rowboat with Josef, fleeing Denmark across the dark waters of the Sound. Together you travel inside his mind through fragmented recollections of the night he escaped.
David Adler / Denmark, France / 2021 / 49 min
‘Gondwana’ is a living virtual rainforest that awakens for 7 hours every day during this year's film festival. It’s a quiet meditation on time, change and loss in an irreplaceable ecosystem.
Ben Joseph Andrews / Australia / 2022 / 420 min
‘Liminal Lands’ is a transitional zone where fundamental energies of sun, wind, water and bacteria connect to participants' bodies in virtual reality.
Jakob Kudsk Steensen / France, Denmark, United States / 2021 / 18 min
MYRIAD. Where we connect.
MYRIAD is a poetic virtual reality experience along the global paths of animal migration.
Lena Thiele, Sebastian Baurmann, Dirk Hoffmann / Germany / 2021 / 22 min
‘Shadow’ is a realistic virtual reality experience based on the British air raid against the Gestapo headquarters in Copenhagen in 1945, which led to the accidental bombing of Institut Jeanne d’Arc.
David Adler, Ole Bornedal / Denmark, United Kingdom / 2021 / 15 min
The Memor: Eternal Return series
‘The Memor’ is a choreographed, mixed reality installation exploring the future of memory. Enter a memory archive containing replicas from Earth's deep past through to its post-anthropocene future.
Lundahl & Seitl ScanLAB Projects / Sweden, United Kingdom / 2019 / 17 min
We Are at Home
‘We Are at Home’ is an immersive multi-user installation exploring themes of acknowledgement, participation and the awkward intimacy that comes with being human.
Michelle Kranot, Uri Kranot / Denmark, France, Canada / 2021 / 25 min