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Thursday, August 19 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Fulldome - XX-Treme Art Immersive: Tudo Desconexo / Sarava / Double

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Fulldome Shorts Block: XX-Treme Art Immersive

Title: Tudo Desconexo
Creator: Sarah Alvim
Run Time: 4:50
Country of Origin: Germany
Ratings: None
Synopsis: The phenomenological human -as the opposite of the rationally constructed world of form, color, and light- develops its speech in a poem written in symbols and three languages while trying to be none. The stage will no longer be muted as words attempt to disconnect from literature, deconstructing all form and reaching to be perceived as an unpredictable event, sometimes meaningful, sometimes not.

Title: Saravá
Creator: Pedro Rodolpho Ramos
Run Time: 15:36
Country of Origin: Brazil/Germany
Ratings: None
Synopsis: Saravá is an audiovisual composition about how empathic gestures can rise from cultural syncretism. Created with electroacoustic music and visual music animation, Saravá has language as an object of artistic research. The composition explores the meaning of comprehension through linguistic and psychoanalysis, and the voice, different spoken languages, and field recordings are its main sound objects. It is visually composed with algorithmically created digital arts.

Title: Double
Creator: Masashige Iida Butoh, Kazuko Mogami, Keiun Kim
Run Time: 44:00
Country of Origin: Japan
Ratings: None
Synopsis: The fulldome film, double, features a Butoh dance performance with a ball-jointed doll. When we look at a doll, we usually understand what it is through layers of social, contextual, and sentimental illusions, rather than purely seeing the doll itself. To acknowledge such a pure state of things—which we often dismiss—the German philosopher Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) introduced the concept of the ‘thing-in-itself’ (‘Ding an sich’ in German), while noting that the latter is potentially unfathomable. In the filmed performance, the Butoh dancer attempts to reveal her body itself (i.e., the ‘body-in-itself’, to borrow Kant’s words) through cultivating her sensibilities. By re-interpreting the ball-jointed doll through the Butoh dance, I would like to disrupt our shared perception of dolls. That is a re-manifestation of the doll—through which, I believe, we gain an alternative perspective towards the world.

Thursday August 19, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
Museum of Arts & Sciences 4182 Forsyth Rd, Macon, GA 31210

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