Immersive site-specific audio-visual installation

Inspired by natural environment and its place in modern cities landscape.
In "The Day We Left Field" Nature in its primary form, blades of grass, is the "leading character". As in a surrealist painting, the blades of grass rhythmically keep wavering upside down in a cocoon of sound and visual effects forming a floating meadow.

2020: Llum festival (Barcelona, Spain)
2019: Wave of Tomorrow (Jakarta, Indonesia)
2019: PROSVET festival (Perm, Russia)
2019: Zerospace (New York, US)
2018: Farol Santander (Sao Paulo, Brasil)

THE DAY WE LEFT FIELD
2020: Llum festival (Barcelona, Spain)
2019: Wave of Tomorrow (Jakarta, Indonesia)
2019: PROSVET festival (Perm, Russia)
Special revision of DWLF installation commissioned for Prosvet festival 2019, took place in Perm city historical building Shpagin Plant.

More information about how the project was made: Behance

2019: Zerospace (New York, US)
2018: Farol Santander (Sao Paulo, Brasil)
Visitors find themselves fully immersed inside the space of a dream, feeling vulnerable and at the same time aware of the open symbolism coming from seeing nature living within an urban closed landscape, a room located on the 23rd floor of one of the tallest architectural landmarks in one the biggest megalopolis on the planet.

More information about how the project was made: Behance