Layers of projections and screens create an invisible cube of images, with light spilling onto the walls, ceiling and floor. Your movement triggers sensors and reveals more visual information, while surround sound immerses you and your body becomes part of the projection. An immersive installation visualising data around global consumption and environmental degradation. Small Global helps us realise that production of the goods we buy can have devastating consequences in other parts of the world.
D-Fuse is a UK-based artist collective working across a range of media. Founded in the mid-1990s by Michael Faulkner, its output encompasses installations, film, experimental documentary, photography, live cinema performances, VR/AR and architectural projects. Beginning in graphic/web design and VJing, D-Fuse’s work has evolved to address socioenvironmental themes, explore collaborative processes and utilise the latest immersive technologies. Collaborators include musicians Steve Reich, Beck, Scanner and Martyn Ware [Heaven 17/Human League].