Worldless (dis)places its visitors within an uncanny space of four speakers, three screens and two time periods in approaching the one death that we all see uncannily in front of us.
This spooky installation, based around the abandoned Japanese theme park Nara Dreamland, imagines a time when everything has fallen in war and has worn away into the universal ash.
Tony Richards is a filmmaker, theorist and senior lecturer in Media Production based at the University of Lincoln. He has written numerous articles on computer games and new media and an upcoming chapter on Heidegger and The Walking Dead.
David McSherry is a composer, music producer and programme leader for BA (Hons) Audio Production at the University of Lincoln.
Recent sound installation commissions include a piece for the Arts Council England-funded Russell Chantry: Lothar Götz / Duncan Grant exhibition in 2016.
David is also well known as one half of Fila Brazillia, the electronic music collaboration from Kingston upon Hull, England.
Steve Judge is a learning advisor in the Lincoln School of Film and Media at the University of Lincoln who has a special interest in the aesthetics of lighting and in studio set design.