Anatomical Theatres of Mixed Reality (ATOM-r) presents a new work-in-progress that excavates the early history of panoramas, cycloramas and immersive 360 degree views, to create a queer visionary environment blending live performance and augmented reality. This first episode of the work explores habitats where the boundaries between bodies and spaces collapse in a dazzling anonymity.
The performance invokes outdoor cruising, camouflage, the figure of the trickster, and the ornately designed home of American artist Loy Bolin, the original rhinestone cowboy. ATOM-rs use of mixed reality technologies and projection creates a transformed space where physical and virtual, interior and exterior, are blurred and reversed.
This project was supported, in part, by a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant.
Post show discussion with Brighton based filmmaker Marisa Zanotti.
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