Storyscapes projects at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival feature both interactive installations and virtual reality. The program includes projects that grapple with issues of racism, violence and harm inflicted on our planet, combining the excitement of these new immersive mediums tempered with the urgency of a world on fire. It is in turns thrilling, upsetting, shocking and wonderful, much like the world we live in.
Among this years projects is The Argus Project, a trans-media piece about police brutality, which was co-created by Latina artists Raquel de Anda and Ligaiya Romero.
Storyscapes will run April 14-17, opening from 12-11 PM. The ticket includes access to all Storyscapes and Hacked programs during the day of your choosing.
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