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‘Airground’ is a 3Dimensional video-art installation. It is a visual conversation between the projected acrobats and the viewer, which is accomplished by following a looping, spiraling, non-linear path. From the moment the viewer wears the 3D glasses, the whole journey comes to life. ‘Airground’ is dealing with the sorrow of existence, loss, death and the rebirth through the looping experience.
The viewers are asked to enter a darkened area, where there are asked to wear their 3D glasses and then lie down on the mats on the floor looking upwards where the projection screen will be.
The projector is placed on the ceiling looking straight down, while the screen is hanged horizontally between the viewers and the projector in order to get the full experience of the acrobats’ movements.
Because of the stereoscopic 3D effect, the viewers have the realistic impression that the acrobats are really on top of them and that they are coming out of the screen above them.
1. 3D Korea International Film Festival - October 2014
2. 3D Image Festival Lodz, Poland - October 2014
3. 3D Film Festival Los Angeles - December 2014
4. LA 3D Movie Festival Los Angeles - December 2014
5. Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Conference, San Francisco USA - February 2015
6. International Motion Festival, European University Cyprus - March 2015
7. CURRENTS, Santa Fe International New Media Festival, New Mexico USA - June 2015
8. National Stereoscopic Association Convention, Utah USA - July 2015
9.Topanga Film Festival, Los Angeles USA - August 2015
Jury's Special Prize - 3D Korea International Film Festival 2014
stereoscopic 3D video art instalation
Director: Sylvia Nicolaides
Director of Photography: Vishal Vittal
Stereographer: Zdenk Trávníek
Camera Assistants: Caio Dias, Hemanth Kumar
Gaffer: Caio Dias
Electrician: Cyril Charous
Performers: Anna Schmidtmajerová, Šárka Boková, Tereza Toberná
Music: David Hlavá
Sound Design: Jindich Kravaík
Costumes: Kristina Novakova Záveská
Make Up: Helena Zvinová
Producers: Kristýna Milaberská, Michal Krámer
Special Thanks: Cirk La Putyka
Institute of Intermedia - Prague
Czech Rerublic 2014