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Out of the workshop spaces we explored the local environment for props, sculpture, interviews and locations for creating Virtual Reality experiences and multimedia installations.
Art is dirty Business
James after sourcing 'Memorial Tree'
Anna and Wombat
Anna Culliton of WIRES supplied the beautiful photographs used in the final show of rescues animals in knitted pouches
One of many Morning teas
Curtesy of Nyssa and her Family who supplied the location for the Car Packing VR scene.
Dogs are the best
Setting up the 360 camera
Sean, Peter and Robert
We all had great time discovering the awesomeness of VR
Nyssa and dog packed away neatly in the car
We were always well looked after :)
Scene stealer #2
Dogs, gotta love 'em
Jenny and Charlie
Thank you Jenny and Stephen (and Charlie for sharing your story)
Stephen and Charlie
It was a privilege to hear peoples stories.
Liam helping to source the incredible tree for "tree memorial"
We needed to find a table to represent the one that Nyssa and her family and friends used to sit around every Christmas, until it was lost in the fires.
We just fitted it all in the back of the car, to the amazement of the staff at the charity store.
It's tiring work
Recommend we get bulk packets of this for next production
It's important to have a bit of a boogie when things are tough.
Big strong buddy
The art of moving sculpture
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