NEW YORK (PRWEB) February 21, 2020
Friday, February 21st 2020 at 7pm at 180 Orchard Street.
The self-taught “Cowboy Artist” Charlie Russell spent his life deeply embedded in the West’s nature and people, including white European & First Nation, maintaining the lore of the 'old West', and feeling an ache for what would never be again.
Using a performance by an actor, 3D scanning technology, augmented reality programming, and a tracked augmented reality projector as a ‘reality flashlight,’ Jump Into The Light Studio creates immersive storytelling components that are used as a means of dramatic storytelling.
The loss of key components of the West’s natural world decimated an environment that formally had sustained a vibrant Native American culture.
Bill seeks through the essence of Charlie Russell to find what are authentic answers for artists witnessing the catastrophic loss of a natural environment. This piece asks who we are, and why an artist’s life and work is necessary as we find our way to go on living meaningfully in this time of accelerating change.
We believe this production is a groundbreaking intersection of storytelling and immersive technology.
Please come to this sharing of the results of five days of exploration at Jump Into The Light Annex on 180 Orchard Street.
This is a private event and you must RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to attend and be on our guest list. There is limited seating so reply soon to secure a place.
For more information on this project please write to:
Jennifer McCray Rincon at Info@visionbox.org and visit our website http://www.visionbox.org.
For immersive technology contact: