Evacuation
Evacuation

Jennifer Kidd and Olivia Sullivan

This installation is based on the science fiction novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. This abandoned laboratory depicts a secondary narrative to the original book, by suggesting the drug ‘soma’ is made from the foetuses that are rejected (due to their imperfections and inability to be classed). Comic papers are strewn within the laboratory that present the meta connection between a 3D and 2D scenario as well as providing contextual information and clues. The fragmented narrative is also explored through objects and audio formats that enable the discovery of various conclusions. 

This interactive art installation was sponsored by UK Kiosks

Evacuation
Evacuation
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Evacuation
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Evacuation

Jennifer Kidd and Olivia Sullivan

This installation is based on the science fiction novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. This abandoned laboratory depicts a secondary narrative to the original book, by suggesting the drug ‘soma’ is made from the foetuses that are rejected (due to their imperfections and inability to be classed). Comic papers are strewn within the laboratory that present the meta connection between a 3D and 2D scenario as well as providing contextual information and clues. The fragmented narrative is also explored through objects and audio formats that enable the discovery of various conclusions. 

This interactive art installation was sponsored by UK Kiosks

Evacuation
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