The name “Axis-to-one” encompasses two meanings: everyone maintains their own axis while “making one axis.” Our team name was inspired by the X, Y, and Z axes in virtual space as well as Rudolf von Laban’s theory of Space Harmony.
“Talsoom” is an immersive VR piece that features the process of observing and learning the traditional and extraordinary movements of Talchum from the perspective of cultural transmitters in reality. The spaces in this piece, which were created through 3D scans, exist both in reality and in the virtual world.
Axis-to-one wants to draw attention to the changes in sensation that take place throughout this journey through an experience in which a realistic space disperses, comes back together, moves into a virtual space, and then encounters the memories of the transmitter’s body in that virtual space.
Team consists of students from the K-Arts majoring in filmmaking, fine arts, and stage design.