Our living spaces are not only places of refuge and comfort, they also serve as our archives, preserving our stories and precious memories. Since the beginning of the domestic quarantine, our private spaces have acquired an unusually high priority; they have become indispensable places of retreat. We got used to new routines, identified different needs, tried new activities. We looked for new niches and corners to find peace and to reflect on the current situation. Paradoxically, it has been a moment that connected us all, even if we experienced it separately. ‘The ‘Smallest of Worlds’ is a walk-in, immersive archive in virtual reality; a time capsule of global involvement, with the aim of documenting and investigating the traces of intrinsic relationships between people and their most intimate and personal places, that have helped them cope with the period of quarantine and self-isolation.
How to watch
How do I experience ‘The Smallest of Worlds’?
‘The Smallest of Worlds’ is opening it’s archive to the public. Join the premiere and be the first to experience the virtual world online. The event will be followed by a Q&A with the artists and some very special guests. The Smallest of World’s premiere will be a social moment where the audience can experience the work and talk with the creators.
During the festival you can experience the full room-scale version of ‘The Smallest of Worlds’ for free on Viveport: www.viveport.com/cphdox
You can also try the WebVR version: Click here.
How do I get access?
When buying a ticket you receive a confirmation e-mail. 24 hours before the announced screening date you will receive a direct link to join the event at the scheduled date and time.
Uwe Brunner (AT)
Uwe Brunner is an architect and researcher. Since 2019 he has been a faculty member at the ./studio3, Institute for Experimental Architecture at the University of Innsbruck. His current research focuses on digital counter-aesthetics and the essayistic dimension of extended reality environments.
Bettine Katja Lange (DE)
Bettina Katja Lange is a set designer and video artist. Her work ranges from film, theatre, and performances to installations. In her current research, she examines the influence of objects and private space on communication, memory, and identity formation as the autobiography of its owner.
Joan Soler-Adillon (CAT)
Joan Soler-Adillon is an artist and associate professor at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC), in Barcelona. His research focuses on digital interactive media and its manifestation in digital art – particularly interactive installation, interactive storytelling, and documentary and VR.