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What does nature mean to people during these unparalleled times? Dawn Chorus looks at how we might seek comfort in the most basic of interactions with nature: a glimpse of a blue sky, or the fleeting song of a passing blackbird. At a time when our native birds face a very real threat from climate change, intensive farming and pollution, Dawn Chorus celebrates our connection to them, their song, and what it represents to us as humans.
Dawn Chorus uses a variety of digital creation techniques, in a collaboration between artists Rebecca Smith (Urban Projections) and Paul Slater (Fabric Lenny). It was created deep in the heart of Sherwood Forest during Covid-19 isolation.
Urban Projections and Fabric Lenny collaborated remotely, in a process of play and experimentation. All characters were projected live in their environments, no post production, with accompanying audio soundscapes captured in the woodland.
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PROJECTION MAPPED PICO PROJECTIONS
Remote Access Festival