Phonocene is an immersive creation based on a story by the philosopher and ethologist Vinciane Despret. The text evokes the inventive forms of cohabitation, orchestration and chords developed by animals, giving an account of the formidable power of "sung territories".
When we launched a call for Worlding with the trouble, we made a rather silly bet: What if virtual worlds…
Saturday 1/02/2020, online happening in Mélodie Mousset's virtual reality work: A collective ritual to bring down lightning in the world of Hanahana. Check the livestream here on Fabbula.com and witness a shared reality
Currently exhibited in Paris at the Centre Culturel Suisse, Fabbula represents the immersive artworks of Mélodie Mousset such as HanaHana.
After the success of the exhibition We Live in an Ocean of Air at the Saatchi Gallery in London, Fabbula assures the representation of Marshmallow Laser Feast in France.
Fabbula is the Artistic Advisor of the VR Arles Festival 2019. With exhibited works by Mélodie Mousset, Jakob Kudsk Steensen, AES+F, Julio Le Parc, Karolina Markiewicz & Pascal Piron, Singing Chen.
During the opening week of Rencontres d’Arles, artists, curators, and researchers will address the thriving intersection between virtual imagery and contemporary photographic creation.
DRIFT – Une histoire du futur de la Réalité Virtuelle
La Balade Virtuelle La Balade Virtuelle est une émission sonore dédiée à la compréhension des médias immersifs.
Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival Fabbula is the co-producer of Donna Haraway: Storytelling for Earthly Survival, a documentary by Fabrizio Terranova with Donna Haraway.
A special issue magazine by Fabbula for Fisheye This printed publication is dedicated to the emergent field of artistic VR.
Questioning Reality with Didier Debaise, philosopher. Interview with Didier Debaise about Virtual Reality.
DCT:SYPHONING. The 1000000th (64th) Interval DCT DCT:SYPHONING is part of the Ecology of Compression Complexities (2017), a transmission ecology in which different signals connect to each other.