The CONTROL NEGATIVE experience is an exercise in the loss. Using the techniques of VR, author Monika Masłoń tries to situate the viewer in an emotional state where frustration, helplessness, anger, and sadness are able to reveal basic human assumptions, including the illusory conviction of being fully in control of one's own life. The unreal world of the experience — a negative version of the real world — is a training space where you can better understand yourself and your emotions. The user is guided through seven chapters, which gradually move from physical activity to contemplation.
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Visual artist, lecturer, graduate of the Wł. Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź and doctoral studies at the L. Schiller PWSFTviT in Łódź.
Studied film science at the Jagiellonian University and directing at the Film School in Łódź. He works as a dialogue writer for TV series. Currently, he also writes his own screenplay and consults his colleagues’ texts.
Assistant at the Jan Długosz University in Częstochowa. He teaches VR, 3D Graphics and Animation, and Computer Games Programming. www.mindhelix.pl
PhD student at FCUM in Warsaw, where he is developing sound design in the Cinematic VR projects (‘7 Vankia’ directed by Paweł Althamer). https://www.linkedin.com/in/kajetan-zakrzewski/
Performing under the Resina moniker. Her work has been described by The Guardian as “unforgettable”. Resina collaborates with artists of diverse musical genres https://resina.bandcamp.com/album/resina-2
Head of VR/AR Studio Visual Narratives Laboratory vnLab. Director, designer, producer, artist. Former Dream Director/Engineer (2015). Creative VR producer. XR tech cognitive researcher. Working on XR Narrative Paradigm.
Film & VR producer, director and researcher. Founder and co-owner of film and VR production company ‘Centrala’. Founder and head of VR/AR Studio at Visual Narration Lab of National Film School in Lodz.
Curator, writer, producer and an educator interested in artistic and theoretical practices at the intersection of visual and performing arts, architecture, and new media. Since 2008 she runs the Witryna Foundation