Institute History

  • 2019 Sundance Film Festival


This live, multiuser, volumetric-capture installation is a kind of reverse Schrödinger’s cat box. Interlooped is an interactive VR performance experience in which the user and performance artist Maria Guta are captured inside multiple video loops. Holograms of the two bodies are integrated live into the virtual space and replayed until it’s hard to say who’s real and who’s not anymore … that is, until the wave function collapses!

Located at New Frontier Central

— S.F.

Screening Details

  • Section: New Frontier Exhibitions
  • Film Type: VR
  • Country: Switzerland
  • Run Time: 7 min.


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