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FILMGATE INTERACTIVE
MEDIA FESTIVAL #08

PHILLIP and PATRICIA FROST
MUSEUM of SCIENCE

Festival Program at the Frost:

Opening Night Event - Friday, December 3rd - 7 PM to 10 PM

Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science PLANETARIUM

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Following with...

Smartphone Orchestra (8:30 PM)

Country: Netherlands 

Creators: Steye Hallema, Eric Magnée, Hidde de Jong

Medium: Smartphone Browser 

Year: 2021

 

Music for Smartphones: Imagine that all the phones from the audience are synchronized, and each phone plays a different musical part through its speaker. This experience opens up innovative new ways to engage audiences by telling stories with the audience instead of to.

 

In the jungle at night, a traditional ritual is taking place...

Ayahuasca: Kosmic Journey (9 PM) 

Country: France, Luxembourg 

Creators: Jan Kounen, Creator; Atlas V, Immersives Talents; Small Studios x Mac Guff, VFX Studio; a_Bahn, Production

Year: 2019

Medium: Dome projection

 

In Ayahuasca: Kosmik Journey, the viewer follows Jan Kounen on a voyage to the Amazon, before shifting over into his point of view and experiencing the story through his eyes. For seventeen years, he has been traveling once a year to the Peruvian region of the Amazon, to meet indigenous healers and expand his knowledge of their traditional medicine.

 

 

 

Closing the night off with...

Paperwater's Album Launch (9:20 PM to 10 PM)

Country: US

Creators: Eddy Samy and Daygee Kwia

Medium: Live Performance 

Year: 2021

 

We'll close off the night, with Miami's electrifying duo, Paperwater, presenting their latest album: B.E.M. VOL 2.0!  Visuals by Sayoko Osada and Eventura.nyc.

"We are so excited to present B.E.M. 2.0 for the opening and this special collaboration with FilmGate Interactive."

-Paperwater

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On display from December 3rd to December 5th
(6 PM- 10PM)

 

Blue Algae

Country: US

Creators: Nick Hardeman

Medium: Kinect

Year: 2018

 

Blue Algae is an interactive, abstract representation of human introduced impacts on the Everglades ecosystem. Your body movement forms toxic blue algae on a simulated water surface. The more you interact with it, the more algae is formed; touching on the current issues that humans are introducing toxic elements into the Florida water supply. Depth sensors track your movement, so just move your body to interact with the piece.

 

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FROST SCIENCE MUSEUM:
1101 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132