The MIRA festival creates this new section, which will screen immersive works made with different animation and 3D techniques.
Starting this September, the MIRA digital art festival launches a new series of immersive projections. It's called MIRA.mov, in reference to the movie clip files on your computer, and will schedule a series of screenings and conferences on contemporary digital culture. These meetings will be held once a week during the months of September through December and aims to be a new exploration circuit of new formats and narratives derived from the format specific to new digital media. These projects use techniques such as CGI (computer generated images), immersive audiovisual or digital animation in 3D.
MIRA.mov will have projects that have been created expressly for the series by emerging and renowned artists. For example, they have the works of the MSHR collective, Claudia Maté, Sevi Domochevsky and Cruelaudia. You can also see national projects by artists such as Lawrence Lek, Keiko and Ryan Vautier, Tabita Rezaire and Samuel Fouracre.
The opening of MIRA.mov will be next Thursday, September 3 at 9:30 pm at the IDEAL digital arts center and you can attend for free, if you reserve here. You can also buy tickets for the sessions in September.
The dates for the months of October, November and December will be confirmed soon.
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