DIG (Digital, Interactive, and Gaming) is an exciting and innovative new showcase from the Slamdance Film Festival. The show is dedicated to spotlighting emerging independent artists working in hybrid, immersive, and interactive forms of digital art. Artist from various fields of development are encouraged to submit works that are pushing the boundaries in there respective areas of expertise. Projects selected emphasize touch, personal visual perspective, innovative connections between space and movement, or finding sense in uncertainty. This year eight works will be featured in the DIG show, including a virtual reality music sandbox, reality blurring VR, installation-based video games, and an interactive dance experience.
The show will also travel and be featured at the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City Utah that runs from January 22nd through January 28th 2017.
This year’s program features:
(THREE² x 3P2:VR), by Float (Kate Parsons and Ben Vance)
Bad News,by Expressive Intelligence Studio Design (James Ryan, Ben Samuel, Adam Summerville)
Infinit-o, by Corazon Del Sol
Manifold Garden, by William Chyr
Natural History, by Lilian Mehrel and Serena Parr, with original music by Eric Beam
Soundstage, by Logan Olsen
The Magic Dance Mirror, by Kyle Ruddick
You Must Be 18 or Older to Enter, by Seemingly Pointless
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