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Earth and everything it contains, including your human body, is made from material born in the heart of a star. Celestial Motion II transports you to an alternate universe where you are joined by a virtual cast of world-class dancers on a breath-taking journey towards the sun. This thrilling experience, created with Fenyce Workspace, immerses you in a stunning visual environment inspired by the dynamic world of solar physics. With a special introduction by celebrated scientist and UK TV journalist, Jim Al-Khalili, this VR experience is a development from Alexander Whitley’s stage production, 8 Minutes, and features original music created by electroacoustic innovator Daniel Wohl. “Alexander Whitley’s poetic and playful creation captures the alien unknowableness of the universe, as well as its visual magic. A stunning cosmic voyage.” The Guardian, on 8 Minutes Produced by The Guardian in association with Sadler's Wells. Based on 8 Minutes by Alexander Whitley Dance Company, an original commission by Sadler's Wells and adapted for Vive by the Alexander Whitley Dance Company with support from HTC Vive and Arts Council England.
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