In an ultra-connected and instantaneous world, in which we spend an average of 17 seconds watching a work, it seemed interesting to me to look at an artist playing with immersivity and contemplation, James Turrell. He creates perceptual environments based entirely on light and space, which tend to be
exprimented for a long time and daydream. My goal with this thesis is to bring a new perspective to immersive installations by choosing an artist like James Turrell and imagining what virtual reality has to offer to them.
The project takes the form of an experiment in which we find ourselves in the main hall of a quite futuristic museum, which contains portals giving access to the various installations, as well as information about the works and the author. The colours of some of the works slowly change over time, changing the atmosphere.
Tutor: Alexandru Balgiù
Virtual reality, Motion Design, 3D
Adobe After Effects, Unity