This transmedia installation explores Anarchist thought through the eyes of George Orwell during the Spanish Civil War. A surrealistic documentary film and virtual reality installation, it utilizes state of the art 3d animation and interactive VR techniques to immerse the viewer inside the worldview of the anarchist.
HAVE THE BODY YOU’VE ALWAYS WANTED - with these Seven Easy Steps the fat will just fall away and all the world will see the “REAL YOU”. But wait, there’s more! You may even see the “REAL WORLD” too!
*[You give us permission to use your image, body, or related content (such as internal organs) enhanced by us. This means, for example, that you permit the manipulation of your consciousness via 3d projection mapping, stereoscopic imaging, pixelation, augmented reality, and any other amazing technique known or not known (and in the sonic domain as too!).]
Portal - The bathroom is our last refuge. No one can follow you into the shitter, nor will your sphincter allow you to escape. With nowhere to go and no one to bother it, the mind is forced into its natural inclination. Upon this lonely throne a space opens up, a cog is loosened, and out flows anarchism. But as quickly as it began, this bowel movement ends and we return to the world flushed, unable to fathom this freedom.
Form - There are moments which can never be forgotten. A crack forms and out trickles something that does not make sense, but feels right. A pressure slowly builds up to take the world we inhabit and make it fit this sense. Reality bends to our beliefs until we look upon our own hands and are unable to figure out what they do. Anarchism envisioned today is surreality.
There is a chasm between what an object is and our own conception of the object. We have a personal understanding of how something operates: what it is and can do physically. However, working at lower oscillation, objects extend out into the world metaphysically, invisible to the eye. If we see through a glass darkly, then this is what we would see without it. It is a removal of the apparatus for a moment, a reflection upon that moment, and its allegorical extension into space and time.
Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is an anxiety disorder that is characterized by excessive, uncontrollable and often irrational worry about everyday things that is disproportionate to the actual source of worry.
A selection of early experimental animation and visual effects work, that revolves around the slippery slope one has in relation to their work environment being all too comfortable over time.