C.A.P.E. – CREW

WHAT Virtual walk
WHEN 17 – 20 Aug. open Saturday 11-15.30 hrs, Sunday 13-17.30 hrs, weekdays 15-19.30 hrs
WHERE Nørrebrohallen – see map
TICKET For free

 

PUT VIDEO GOGGLES ON, AND EXPLORE ANOTHER CITY

Is it possible to be in two different places at the same time?  With CREWs video goggles is most certainly is.  They hide another reality. You will be teleported to another time, to another location, straight into to the work of an artist. C.A.P.E. (Computer Automatic Personal Environment) places you right at the centre of events. You are not a spectator of a work, but experiencing everything on your own body.

In a split second CREWs time and space machine moves you to another city.  A sensory room opens before you.  You can walk through the Japanese city of Tohuko, after it was destroyed beyond recognition by the tsunami. You can take a walk in the artists’ own hometown,  Brussels- The on the surface reserved EU Capital, which you will soon discover offers much more. Or you can take a walk through a wonderland full of magic and sorcery.

DURATION 25 min
AGE
 from 8 years 
COOPERATION 
Nørrebrohallen
PHOTO COPENHAGEN Thomas Seest

CREDITS
Artistic director & creator of C.a.p.e. Brussels & C.a.p.e. Tohoku: Eric Joris
Artistic assistance & creator C.a.p.e. KIT: Chantalla Pleiter
Technological development & coordination: Vincent Jacobs
Technical operator: Koen Goossens
Production coordination: Vicky Vermoezen
General management: Hilde Teuchies
Photo: CREW_eric joris

SUPPORT The Flemish Authorities and a production and mobility aid from the IN SITU network, in the frame of the META project, with the support of the European Commission (DGEAC-Culture programme)

www.crewonline.org

 

 

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