“Collisions” was the first-ever simultaneously-screened VR project at Sundance. Photo: Kelsey Doyle
“Collisions” was the first-ever simultaneously-screened VR project at Sundance. Photo: Kelsey Doyle

Collisions (Mobile VR)

The film was the first-ever synchronized screening at Sundance; it played simultaneously to a crowd of people in a room wearing VR headsets. Collisions is a virtual reality journey to the homeland of an aboriginal elder of the Martu Tribe in the remote deserts of Australia in the 1950’s, and portrays the clash of aboriginal and Western cultures. Collisions’ message is also to future generations: allowing you to imagine the possible unintended consequences of our actions. (Catch it on theSundance VR app). [Directed by artist and filmmaker Lynette Wallworth.]


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Photo: Piers Mussared​
Photo: Piers Mussared​