VR Studio 2022

Overview

Building on our years of creative collaboration experience and development in virtual reality, Tactical Space Lab’s 2022 VR Studio’s will host artists Abdul Abdullah, Matt Chun, and Katy B Plummer, to form a 3-part episodic virtual reality experience called a field guide to the Interior.

Within an intensive workshop format, each artist will be introduced to a range of current VR and immersive technologies, and provided with the tools to explore them through a process of collaborative development, responding to possible forms of integration in their practice.

Supporting Tech

A field guide to the Interior is driven by experimentation and innovation in digital storytelling and takes advantage of emerging technologies in production. Our production workflow uses various tools including Metahumans, XSens motion capture hardware, and facial performance capture, which compliment Unreal Engine’s virtual production workflows.

Access

A field guide to the Interior will be released as an interactive 6-degree-of-freedom VR app, as well as a 360°, stereoscopic video with closed captions, for broader accessibility.

Tactical Space Lab invites you to join us online for the release of our episodic VR experience with our participating artists

Live-stream videos

Artists

  • Abdul Abdullah
     

    Abdul Abdullah

    2022, A field guide to the Interior Artist

     
  • Matt Chun
     

    Matt Chun

    2022, A field guide to the Interior Artist

     
  • Katy B Plummer
     

    Katy B Plummer

    2022, A field guide to the Interior Artist

     

Supporters and Partners

Tactical Space Lab has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

A field guide to the Interior is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.