Michelle Kranot, Uri Kranot / Denmark, France, Canada / 2021 / 25 min

‘We Are at Home’ is an immersive multi-user installation exploring themes of acknowledgement, participation and the awkward intimacy that comes with being human.

“What does the hangman think about when he goes home at night from work?”. Inspired by the iconic Carl Sandburg poem (1922), this VR experience explores themes of acknowledgement and participation. It is not about hanging people, but about the awkward intimacy of being human, as well as the connection between observer, spectator, and accomplice. The animated, immersive experience invites you into five interwoven stories, capturing pivotal moments. “We Are at Home” ultimately reveals that we are all more alike than different, while raising questions of responsibility.