The Sky Is a Gap

About

This VR art installation enables you to precisely move time with space through the use of a custom made, positionally tracked headset. Manifesting in both the physical and virtual realms, Rossin’s installation depicts a pyroclastic explosion inspired by Zabriskie Point, where the progress of the explosive scene is physically mapped to the participant's forward and backward movement.


View this piece at:
VR Palace
475 Swede Alley (Base Camp), Park City
Ticket required. To purchase tickets, go here. One ticket = 50 minutes in the VR Palace. Pass holders must waitlist.

YEAR 2017

SECTION NF VR Experience

COUNTRY U.S.A.

RUN TIME 3 min

EMAIL alexscharfman@gmail.com

Credits

Lead Artist
Artist/Lead Developer
Producers
Vfx Director
Programmers
Technical Producers/Directors
Cg Wizard
Dynamic Fx Team
Sound Design
Thanks To
With Support From

Artist Bio

Rachel Rossin

Rachel Rossin is an internationally recognized artist working in the intersection between the physical and digital. She is currently on Rhizome’s New Museum Commission and is a Google Artist in Residence. Her work is in the permanent collections of the Borusan Contemporary museum of art in Istanbul, the Zabludowicz Collection of London, the New Museum in New York City, and will next be featured in the Kiasma contemporary art show.