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VR artwork 
(in headset and on screen)

Shown at

Life on Mars might not want to be found
at Such stuff as worlds are made on

w/ Anna Dumitriu/Alex May, Antje Liemann, Bettina Hutschek,
Dafne, Jenna Sutela, Kornelia Remo Klokk, Tabita Rezaire, Rakel Vella+Jamie Barbara, Emanuel Polidano, Jacob Saliba. 
Spazju Kreattiv, MT

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Finding parallels between possible Martian life forms and local legends of subterranean humanoid beings that evolved within the capsule-like environment of the Hypogeum, this work interlaces planets, eras, and contexts. Through speculative exploration, it delves into visual, tactile, material, and narrative elements inspired by the Neolithic site legends, alluding to the enigmatic possibilities we may encounter beyond Earth, underwater, and deep underground, as well as our lack of knowledge about these non-human-centric realms. Additionally, it examines the uncanny resemblance between recently documented underwater life forms on Earth and our collective imagination and expectations of extraterrestrial life forms.

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VR work documentation (segment) (02’23”)

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