The SpeedSculpting perfomances last from 3 to 35 minutes of show.
Earth Legacy is the first HoloVR Prod original live show part of the HoloSpeedSculpt programs, and which fits with the latest innovations of the digital and multimedia art. The HoloSpeedSculpt concept features a sculptor sharing his virtual fantasy with the audience through a completely visual storytelling set by holographic projections.
The SpeedSculpting performance is defined by its speed execution. The VR-Sculptor relentlessly creates virtual sculptures and depicts them as paintings to open up his world to the audience.
Symbolizing the convergence between Street Art, Comics Art and Pop Art, the HoloSpeedSculpt performances are just as iconic to hologram shows, than Graphic Novels are to Comics.
Earth Legacy show is a “Holographic novel”, a plastic work with moving “motion pictures”, as seen in Comics books, to tell you a story all the while letting your imagination run free with your own artistic freedom. The artist chose to share his world and his work with the VR, in live, with an audience, in a room. He invites you to “enter” his VR headset.
Earth Legacy brings you to the modern history of our world, our life, the consequences of our choices and their aftermath on the heritage of the future generations: Will Life on Earth as we know it be a memory in the future?
In this performance, the sculptor, working in a VR area, can now open up his world to an audience with no VR headsets. HoloVR Prod is gathered around new technologies and wishes to present to the public an innovative synthesis in images and narration. VR is still widely seen as a socially “isolating” and elitist immersive tool, whether it is to experience an artistic and cultural experiment or to play a VR arcade game.
With the Earth Legacy performance, HoloVR Prod is working to abolish this barrier by inviting the audience to participate and assist to the real-time work of the artist who is “the teller of visual and digital stories”.
Discover the HoloSpeedSculpt concept, “ Tiltbrush Art” and the VR sculpting. In this video you can have a look at the work of Tiltbrush, also known as “Holoman”. The speedsculpting consists in making live sculptures between 3 and 5 minutes accompanied by video mapped scenery and music.