Join us for an open discussion with the artists, Sepideh Mehraban; Olivié Keck; and Kathy Robins as they discuss their VR experience work, Between Homes, Between Forms, Between Languages (2018), featured in the exhibition, The Main Complaint. The artists will be joined by gaming developers from Free Lives gaming studio, Evan Greenwood and Jason Sutherland who worked together to create the work.
Collaboration and technology are key themes in The Main Complaint exhibition. This conversation looks at the language of VR, and how collaborative practice and the use of technology can create and accommodate multiple positions and connections.
This discussion will look at the creative process behind the work and how the language of painting was explored and translated in the virtual space. How do the perspectives of programmers differ from the artists in this process?
Please note that RSVP is required for this event. Click here to RSVP. Zeitz MOCAA Members enjoy free admission. Museum admission applies for non-members.
About Free Lives:
Free Lives is an independent South African video game developer based in Cape Town. Founded in April 2012 and lead by creative director Evan Greenwood, Free Lives is best known for creating the video game, Broforce. They have also developed the comedy game, Genital Jousting and the virtual reality game Gorn. Free Lives is primarily published through American publisher Devolver Digital.