Ekho Collective’s members talk about how we created our audiovisual immersive experience. Laila is almost finished, and the tickets are on sale for showings in August 2020 in Helsinki.
Author: Minja Axelsson
A lot has happened since my last post in December 2019. The modern world has faced its worst pandemic yet, morphing people’s relationship with technology from where it was a mere half a year ago. Our work Laila is largely an exploration on humanity’s relationship with itself, as well as our relationship with technology.
In my previous post, I detailed how we at the Ekho Collective began our project of building an immersive opera experience for The Finnish National Opera and Ballet. In this post, I discuss what inspires the story we are concocting for our future visitors. Hyperbolic Futures In media, AI is often seen through two hyperboles. … Continued
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