bear my soul takes the audience into a realm that belongs to the world of dreams. Through gaze, touch, and the vibration of the voice, they will resonate with other beings from this spiritual dimension. By interacting with them, participants will witness their metamorphosis and experience their own transformation.
This experience is inspired by the animism of indigenous peoples in the Great North, their myths, and their shamanic practice of dreaming. It aims to establish a connection with the spirits of other beings that inhabit our world. Whether they are animals, humans, flowers, or rivers, we may have different external forms but share a common inner essence. This shared soul can be rediscovered in dreams when the spirit is freed from the body and returns to its original state.
moi fauve is a collective and interactive VR installation, inspired by an animist myth, for a group of 2 to 6 participants simultaneously (minimum space of 50m2 required).
|December 6, 2023
|Small Stories (LBVR)
|Interactive and sensory fiction
Joséphine Derobe & Claire Allante
Voyelle Acker et Vincent Guttmann
With the financial support of
La ville de Paris, le département de la Charente, Nouvelle Aquitaine région, Pôle Image Magelis Angoulême, Martell Foundation, the Atelier Grand Nord, CentQuatre, the international biennale of digital art of Île-de-France némo region, Courant 3D festival, Agence culturelle de la Région Nouvelle-Aquitaine
In partnership with
CNC (Centre national du cinéma et de l’image animée)