4th October 2018
Exhibiting at the Museum of Moscow, this underwater iphone photography exhibit is the first of its kind.
It challenges the technical boundaries of modern image making and combines printed photos, live digital photography and a major video.
The viewer is involved in a multimedia installation activity, featuring photography, video and music.
The works are inspired by Sadko and the Russian legend that in every river lives a nymph whose spirit takes the shape of a human form. The cast play shadowy doppelgängers as well as beautiful, but fragile river nymphs and the narrative asks questions about the struggle of good with evil in the pursuit of light.
The exhibition was produced in cooperation with Re:store.
INTERACTIVE 360 DEGREE VIDEO
Here’s how to interact: if you are using a handheld device (phone or tablet) you can use your finger to move the video left, right, up or down. you can also tilt your device with the same effect. If you are on a desktop computer or laptop, use the mouse to move the video around.