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‘Bystanding: The Feingold Syndrome’ is an immersive interactive VR docufiction. It explores the testimonials of passersby who witnessed a rowing champion drowning for five minutes and did not jump in to help. 'Bystanding' recreates that Tel-Aviv riverbank from the summer of 2009 and allows participants to immerse themselves in the bystanders’ deepest confessions. Using novel techniques of volumetric capture, photogrammetry, animations, and 360º videos, 'Bystanding' recreates that Tel-Aviv riverbank from the summer of 2009. On that day, Jasmin Feingold, an Israeli rowing champion, was out practicing on the Ha’Yarkon River. During her practice, she lost consciousness and capsized. Jasmin remained submerged for almost five minutes, while on the riverbank, dozens of passersby learned of the accident. None took any action to help. In the experience, participants have the chance to wander the riverbank, embody bystanders’ points of view, listen to their thoughts, and witness their deepest confessions from that day. By stepping into bystanders’ shoes, participants have the opportunity to explore the question, “Why didn’t they act?” Each bystander confession is experienced as a totally different subjectivity, providing a glimpse into their stream of consciousness.