Luminiferous Funeral is an interdisciplinary VR game-art work with a physical-sensory perception installation. This collaborative work focuses on exploring the invisible erosion of climate change and environmental breakdown to birds and plants in Canada by offering audiences an opportunity to dialogue with nature. It is also a project of collaboration with environmental scientist and professor at Università Ca' Foscari Venezia, Marco Pesce. In this project, he will provide related data and sustainability strategies to produce the game content collaboratively. 

2019 - Present 

LUMINIFEROUS FUNERAL

1ST YEARS
1ST YEARS
ORIGINAL
EXHIBITION

<Luminiferous Funeral>

# Period/ 2019 -2020
# Venue/ Toronto, Canada
# Curate by/ Racelar Ho, S.C. Vollmer

#COMING SOON

1ST YEARS
DUPLICATE
EXHIBITION

<Luminiferous Funeral>

# Period/ 2019 -2020
# Venue/ Toronto, Canada
# Curate by/ Racelar Ho, S.C. Vollmer

#COMING SOON

1ST YEARS
VIRTUAL
EXHIBITION

<Luminiferous Funeral>

# Period/ 2019 -2020
# Venue/ Toronto, Canada
# Curate by/ Racelar Ho, S.C. Vollmer

#COMING SOON

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745000-03

November 5, 2020, 4:01:25 a.m.

Courage and bravery are an ancient virtue that we need to appreciate and revalue. Courage is the ability to stick firmly to life and the real, and not to borrow one’s beliefs and values from imaginary other worlds or modes of being. Likewise, it is courage not to manufacture one’s beliefs and values by a fearful negation of becoming, uncertainty and suffering, which are the conditions of life and the real. Such courage in the type is represented by Epictetus (the Stoic philosopher who had been a slave) and contrasts it with the Christian slave characterized by faith and hope in a different life. A few sections later, courage is proclaimed as a key ‘future virtue’: the arrogance to understand and not be afraid of the world. This courage is not dissimilar to generosity. Thus, the courageous type of thinker who is aware of the ‘cruelty of the intellectual conscience’, which does not simplify but insists upon multiplicity and perspective. Such courage is a form of self-overcoming. Zarathustra talks about those among his disciples who are too cowardly to change the direction of their willing and thus soon abandon him in favour of their contentment. Likewise, it is Zarathustra’s courage that tells the Spirit of Gravity to get off his back.

745000-02

November 5, 2020, 4:00:55 a.m.

Whatever a continuum is that is given initially (sensation, nervous stimulation, etc.) is characterized by continuous flow, and not by discrete and stable qualities and quantities. In other words, only things are not given initially, but our cognition of them is a product of the action of perception (interpretation). Likewise, our analysis of causes and effects must first separate and make discrete that which is the cause and that which is an effect, from out of a continuum.