TRG - Transient Reality Generators
Transient reality generators – TRG, a word which in many Eastern and Central European languages means market, is very appropriate for the whole idea of the divided space.
The main focus of the project is a relatively new phenomenon called Mixed Reality- environments which include distinctive reciprocal actions or interactions of virtual and physical reality, both strongly intertwined- and the research of its implications in cultural spheres. MR enables the public to plunge into the multisensual, responsive media environments that are able to react and to develop themselves when influenced by human activity and interaction. The participants leave the role of the observers and slip into the role of temporary autonomous reality creators.
FoAM - in Kibla
Cleansing- desorientation- absorption- renewed pressure regulation
Foam, art group from Brussels, prepared an interactive setting in the space where every visitor was able to launch a sensory environment- sophisticated technology, hidden in the textile overcoat. The theory behind the TRG project is psychologists' Timothy Leary and Robert Anton Wilson theory about the eight circles of consciousness. The passage to the 5th level is where we are fully aware that everything we do has an influence and is interactive. People in the Western society are on the 4th level distance from our bodies and each other. With motion, action and interaction in the TRG space, sound and picture change. The space senses are video cameras and extendible sensors. »The head« of the TRG project are computers and their software. And of course our group.
Photo gallery - Kibla, March 2005
time's up - in Kibla
Austrian- Australian group time's up (Linz, Austria) introduced the second part of the TRG project supported by European Commission and its Culture 2000 programme in MMC Kibla.
The opening took place on the 22nd of April 2005, at 8pm in MMC Kibla.
Austrian- Australian group Time's Up presented 'Cavity Resonator' , 'Lightning district' and 'Mood Swings' within the spheres of their new development project- Sensory Circus.
Photo gallery - Kibla, April/May 2005
Photo gallery - Brussels, June 2005
Kibela, space for art
- technical rider
Accompanying art program
KiBar: cybernetic bar
Days of Curiosity
Projects, Coproduction and International Cooperation
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