This Immersive Experience created by Ruth Marsh is a 15-min stop-motion, 360 degree video with original music and sound design by Jeremy Costello. The presentation will invite viewers to enter into a technologically altered, large-scale beehive. The new work is presented by IOTA Institute and was supported via a 2-month artist residency in the Seadome.
The artist will be engaging the audience in a Q and A after the screening with her collaborators musician Jeremy Costello and technical mentor Nick Iwaskow.
Ruth Marsh is a Canadian multidisciplinary artist of settler ancestry based out of Kjipuktuk (Halifax, NS, Canada). Her work employs an absurdist and often comically deadpan approach to address absence, longing, memory and healing both in bodies and environments. She is interested in exploring the ways in which modalities of labour can translate into enacted care: exertion as meditation, repetition as litany, effort over time as love.
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The Sea Dome is wheelchair accessible. All entrances and exits can accommodate wheelchairs and other personal mobility devices.
The dome has individual padded seating and the video’s soundscape is audible via a headset handed out to each audience member prior to the screening.