A Mixed-Reality-Performance by Harald Stojan
Cloud Chamber is a mixed-reality-performance, using Oculus Quest 2 glasses, for a free moving audience and three performers by Harald Stojan.
Set in a virtual environment, encompassing a nuclear waste repository destined to remain radioactive for approximately 100.000 years, the performance delves into the challenge of conveying instructions to future generations regarding the maintenance, origin and secure sealing of these nuclear storage sites.
Languages might be forgotten, signs might not be understood, lifeforms might not be human.
Leveraging a specially designed software for VR glasses, an immersive multichannel surround sound system, as well as somatic movement and extended voice scores, this performance endeavors to immerse the audience inside a forcefield between the organic and inanimate that tampers with the imperceptible.
Location: DOCK 11, Saal 4
event presented by DOCK 11 digital
Concept, choreography, 3D, sound, music and performance: Harald Stojan
Performance and co-creation: Marlen Pflüger, Nicola Micallef
Creative technology & 3D: Bariş Pekcagliyan, Warja Rybakova, Irina Shutova
Costume design: Nicolas Navarro Rueda
Research support: Omi, Lavinia Vago
Supported by DOCK 11 digital