In the Eyes of the Animal is a 360-degree, virtual reality experience presented on headsets. This experimental film work interprets the sensory perceptions of animals, making us see the design of nature.
March 21st, 2016
In the Eyes of the Animal has been created by artistic group Marshmallow Laser Feast, and using the mask of virtual reality to explore different perspectives. Channelling the experiences of three British animals, the virtual reality film experiences invites the viewer to consider how well designed the animal senses are in navigating a landscape both familiar and alien. The film & accompanying soundtrack are speculation of an alternative reality.
In the Eyes of the Animal will be touring soon, hopefully visiting Australia
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