El momento menos bosque de #elmundoesbosque es para mi uno de los más sobrecogedores por como se desplazan las imágenes en diferentes planos. Lo saque hoy mientras le mostrábamos el montaje a los alumno/as de la Escuela de Arte dramático.
@laboralcentrodearte @rotorstudio

🔎@pablodesoto, director de Laboral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, presentó a @angelesangulo y @RTorre de @rotorstudio, responsables de la exposición "El mundo es bosque" en @ondacerogijon
🎧 https://n9.cl/hxqog

#GossipCam ayer en la #nbo22 en Oviedo. Primera prueba de una pequeña parodia de la vigilància que generó alguna escena divertida 😅😂.
Gracias a la gente que os acercasteis para que la máquina os reconociera 😜

Hoy es la Noche Blanca en @gijon y tenéis la oportunidad de subir a @laboralcentrodearte en bus, gracias a @Culturagijon. Se presentan varias cosas, entre ellas el nuevo disco de Diego Flórez dentro de #elmundoesbosque, pieza de la que es autor del paisaje sonoro 🌲🌳🌳🌳

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THE WORLD IS FOREST

The world is forest, is a large-format immersive installation created for the Project Room of LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial. This proposal invites visitors to immerse themselves in an unknown biome, in a fantastic world.

 

We imagine an extra-planetary civilization that, inspired by the Asturian forests, tries to recreate them from a distance through the data at its disposal. The lack of environmental and biological conditions that make the Earth, and especially its forests, unique ecosystems difficult to imitate, confronts them with an extraordinary challenge.

 

The title is inspired by the novel “The Name of the World is Forest” by Ursula K. Le Guin, which deals with the theme of ecology and respect between species. As in Le Guin’s book, the proposal invites to estrangement, exploration and curiosity; to imagination and fantasy as ways to glimpse better realities from fictitious worlds.

 

The installation is complemented by a public program of round tables, guided tours, reading clubs, children’s workshops, activities in bookstores and other proposals that will take place around our forest.

 

Format:
Large format audiovisual installation.
Exhibition of some plastic pieces and various connected devices.

Credits:
Curator: Pablo de Soto.

Production: Laboral Centro de Arte y Producción Industrial.

Concept / production / design : Román Torre and Ángeles Angulo.
Sound Space: Diego Flórez
Photo / Video: Marcos Morilla and Rotor Studio.

Shows:
From September 2, 2022 to March 4, 2023.
at Project Room of LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Xixón, Asturias.