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Cinema

Anandala

Venice VR Expanded

Director:
Kevin Mack
Running Time:
15’
Country:
USA
Music:
Kevin Mack
Platform:
Viveport
Devices:
HTC Vive/Vive Pro/Vive Pro 2 Oculus Rift/Rift S Oculus Quest w/Link Index Windows Mixed Reality
Production:Mack Art Productions

Synopsis

Anandala is a virtual, abstract art installation unconstrained by the limits of reality. Visitors explore through personal flight a vast three-dimensional labyrinth of evolving shapes and colours populated with intelligent artificial-life. These shapeshifting creatures express themselves and interact with visitors and each other through movement, changing color textures, and their own musical language. Anandala invites visitors to interact and connect with a variety of curious, friendly lifeforms and explore their natural habitat.

Director’s Statement

The artificial-life creatures of Anandala are living artworks that are expressive, social, curious, and creative. They are aware of themselves and others. Their behaviour is self-determined and unpredictable. Interacting with these virtual beings and getting to know them during their development inspired me with awe and surprising insights into the nature of life, intelligence, and consciousness. I hope visitors to Anandala enjoy meeting these virtual beings and find awe and insights of their own.

Production/Distribution

PRODUCTION 1: Kevin Mack - Mack Art Productions Inc.
12316 Evensong Drive
CA 90064 – Los Angeles, United States of America
Tel. +1 3108697432
kevinmack333@gmail.com
http://www.kevinmackart.com

WORLD SALES: Kevin Mack - Mack Art Productions Inc.
12316 Evensong Drive
CA 90064 – Los Angeles, United States of America
Tel. +1 3108697432
kevinmack333@gmail.com
http://www.kevinmackart.com

PRESS OFFICE: Kevin Mack - Mack Art Productions Inc.
12316 Evensong Drive
CA 90064 – Los Angeles, United States of America
Tel. +1 3108697432
kevinmack333@gmail.com
http://www.kevinmackart.com


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