Through immersive video installations, Lost Objects from the Subsurface transforms The Moran Frame into an oceanic videospace, inviting you to search for commonly lost objects while traversing the boundaries of the human mind. Go from vast horizons through underwater murkiness and into the depths of a cave, where audiovisual keys help facilitate a process of self-reflection and discovery. An atmospheric soundscape further animates the installation with sub-harmonic frequencies, electronic pulses, and rhythmic patterns. This project comes to you from the folks at Semiliminal Research Group, a collaborative project between artists Sean Clute and Leif Hunneman. With a deep commitment to pushing artistic boundaries via technology, the group builds hybrid systems via code, physical computing, and electronics while concurrently exploring the edgespaces of consciousness.
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