The Smallest of Worlds – A Social Landscape of Collected Privacy (Preview)

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The Smallest of Worlds – A Social Landscape of Collected Privacy (Preview)

The Smallest of Worlds – A Social Landscape of Collected Privacy (Preview)
Uwe Brunner, Bettina Katja Lange, Joan Soler-Adillon
Extended Reality
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Austria,
Germany,
Spain
2020
10 minutes
English

Screenings & Tickets DOK Leipzig Logo

This work is part of our exhibition

Extended Reality: DOK Neuland. Resonating Spaces

27/10–31/10/2020 
Free entry

Main exhibition

Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig 
10:00–18:00 
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Visiting

Grassimuseum
10:00–18:00

INTERIM der Cinémathèque
15:00–20:00

Schaubühne Lindenfels
15:00–20:00

Subject to the General Terms & Conditions and pandemic protection measures of the respective venue. Please be advised that due to a limited number of visitors allowed in the venues longer waiting times are to be expected. Thanks in advance for your patience.

Credits DOK Leipzig Logo
Uwe Brunner
Bettina Katja Lange
Joan Soler-Adillon
Bettina Katja Lange

Covid-19 has made quarantine and self-isolation the everyday experience for many. This project, developed at the CPH:LAB, invites people to scan their most personal places and moments. The resulting VR experience is a walk-in archive and time capsule, the collective memory of a state of emergency which also preserves forgotten virtues like deceleration and the spirit of discovery.

Lars Rummel