02/09/2022
Interview
gowithYamo
Artist Interview: Marshmallow Laser Feast
We sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss the collective, its history, and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

What happens when you see the world through the eyes of a mosquito? A frog? Or an owl?

Find out with London-based experiential art collective Marshmallow Laser Feast, who utilise the latest emerging technologies to create immersive, ecologically-focused art.

One of the leading artistic voices working in virtual reality, Marshmallow Laser Feast pay particular attention to the planet’s ecosystems and the role of humans therein. Their works blend installation, performance and technology to create a multi-sensory experience for visitors, as recently showcased in Barbican’s Our Time on Earth exhibition. The collective work closely with scientists to create experiences such as In the Eyes of the Animal and Treehugger, which place viewers in various different perspectives within the planet’s ecosystem.

In their latest work, Evolver, the group presents the human body itself as an ecosystem, taking audiences on a collective virtual reality journey through the body, following the flow of oxygen to become a single ‘breathing’ cell, eventually emerging to become the spark of life for plant life and the natural world. Produced by Terrence Malick and narrated by Cate Blanchett alongside music by Jonny Greenwood, Jóhann Jóhannsson and Jon Hopkins, the experience invites viewers to consider humanity’s relationship to the world around us, as the role we play in preserving it.

We were lucky enough to sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss Evolver, as well as the history of the collective and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

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02/09/2022
Interview
gowithYamo
Artist Interview: Marshmallow Laser Feast
We sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss the collective, its history, and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

What happens when you see the world through the eyes of a mosquito? A frog? Or an owl?

Find out with London-based experiential art collective Marshmallow Laser Feast, who utilise the latest emerging technologies to create immersive, ecologically-focused art.

One of the leading artistic voices working in virtual reality, Marshmallow Laser Feast pay particular attention to the planet’s ecosystems and the role of humans therein. Their works blend installation, performance and technology to create a multi-sensory experience for visitors, as recently showcased in Barbican’s Our Time on Earth exhibition. The collective work closely with scientists to create experiences such as In the Eyes of the Animal and Treehugger, which place viewers in various different perspectives within the planet’s ecosystem.

In their latest work, Evolver, the group presents the human body itself as an ecosystem, taking audiences on a collective virtual reality journey through the body, following the flow of oxygen to become a single ‘breathing’ cell, eventually emerging to become the spark of life for plant life and the natural world. Produced by Terrence Malick and narrated by Cate Blanchett alongside music by Jonny Greenwood, Jóhann Jóhannsson and Jon Hopkins, the experience invites viewers to consider humanity’s relationship to the world around us, as the role we play in preserving it.

We were lucky enough to sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss Evolver, as well as the history of the collective and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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02/09/2022
Interview
gowithYamo
Artist Interview: Marshmallow Laser Feast
We sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss the collective, its history, and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

What happens when you see the world through the eyes of a mosquito? A frog? Or an owl?

Find out with London-based experiential art collective Marshmallow Laser Feast, who utilise the latest emerging technologies to create immersive, ecologically-focused art.

One of the leading artistic voices working in virtual reality, Marshmallow Laser Feast pay particular attention to the planet’s ecosystems and the role of humans therein. Their works blend installation, performance and technology to create a multi-sensory experience for visitors, as recently showcased in Barbican’s Our Time on Earth exhibition. The collective work closely with scientists to create experiences such as In the Eyes of the Animal and Treehugger, which place viewers in various different perspectives within the planet’s ecosystem.

In their latest work, Evolver, the group presents the human body itself as an ecosystem, taking audiences on a collective virtual reality journey through the body, following the flow of oxygen to become a single ‘breathing’ cell, eventually emerging to become the spark of life for plant life and the natural world. Produced by Terrence Malick and narrated by Cate Blanchett alongside music by Jonny Greenwood, Jóhann Jóhannsson and Jon Hopkins, the experience invites viewers to consider humanity’s relationship to the world around us, as the role we play in preserving it.

We were lucky enough to sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss Evolver, as well as the history of the collective and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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02/09/2022
Interview
gowithYamo
Artist Interview: Marshmallow Laser Feast
We sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss the collective, its history, and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

What happens when you see the world through the eyes of a mosquito? A frog? Or an owl?

Find out with London-based experiential art collective Marshmallow Laser Feast, who utilise the latest emerging technologies to create immersive, ecologically-focused art.

One of the leading artistic voices working in virtual reality, Marshmallow Laser Feast pay particular attention to the planet’s ecosystems and the role of humans therein. Their works blend installation, performance and technology to create a multi-sensory experience for visitors, as recently showcased in Barbican’s Our Time on Earth exhibition. The collective work closely with scientists to create experiences such as In the Eyes of the Animal and Treehugger, which place viewers in various different perspectives within the planet’s ecosystem.

In their latest work, Evolver, the group presents the human body itself as an ecosystem, taking audiences on a collective virtual reality journey through the body, following the flow of oxygen to become a single ‘breathing’ cell, eventually emerging to become the spark of life for plant life and the natural world. Produced by Terrence Malick and narrated by Cate Blanchett alongside music by Jonny Greenwood, Jóhann Jóhannsson and Jon Hopkins, the experience invites viewers to consider humanity’s relationship to the world around us, as the role we play in preserving it.

We were lucky enough to sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss Evolver, as well as the history of the collective and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
02/09/2022
Interview
gowithYamo
Artist Interview: Marshmallow Laser Feast
We sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss the collective, its history, and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

What happens when you see the world through the eyes of a mosquito? A frog? Or an owl?

Find out with London-based experiential art collective Marshmallow Laser Feast, who utilise the latest emerging technologies to create immersive, ecologically-focused art.

One of the leading artistic voices working in virtual reality, Marshmallow Laser Feast pay particular attention to the planet’s ecosystems and the role of humans therein. Their works blend installation, performance and technology to create a multi-sensory experience for visitors, as recently showcased in Barbican’s Our Time on Earth exhibition. The collective work closely with scientists to create experiences such as In the Eyes of the Animal and Treehugger, which place viewers in various different perspectives within the planet’s ecosystem.

In their latest work, Evolver, the group presents the human body itself as an ecosystem, taking audiences on a collective virtual reality journey through the body, following the flow of oxygen to become a single ‘breathing’ cell, eventually emerging to become the spark of life for plant life and the natural world. Produced by Terrence Malick and narrated by Cate Blanchett alongside music by Jonny Greenwood, Jóhann Jóhannsson and Jon Hopkins, the experience invites viewers to consider humanity’s relationship to the world around us, as the role we play in preserving it.

We were lucky enough to sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss Evolver, as well as the history of the collective and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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02/09/2022
Interview
gowithYamo
Artist Interview: Marshmallow Laser Feast

What happens when you see the world through the eyes of a mosquito? A frog? Or an owl?

Find out with London-based experiential art collective Marshmallow Laser Feast, who utilise the latest emerging technologies to create immersive, ecologically-focused art.

One of the leading artistic voices working in virtual reality, Marshmallow Laser Feast pay particular attention to the planet’s ecosystems and the role of humans therein. Their works blend installation, performance and technology to create a multi-sensory experience for visitors, as recently showcased in Barbican’s Our Time on Earth exhibition. The collective work closely with scientists to create experiences such as In the Eyes of the Animal and Treehugger, which place viewers in various different perspectives within the planet’s ecosystem.

In their latest work, Evolver, the group presents the human body itself as an ecosystem, taking audiences on a collective virtual reality journey through the body, following the flow of oxygen to become a single ‘breathing’ cell, eventually emerging to become the spark of life for plant life and the natural world. Produced by Terrence Malick and narrated by Cate Blanchett alongside music by Jonny Greenwood, Jóhann Jóhannsson and Jon Hopkins, the experience invites viewers to consider humanity’s relationship to the world around us, as the role we play in preserving it.

We were lucky enough to sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss Evolver, as well as the history of the collective and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
02/09/2022
Interview
gowithYamo
Artist Interview: Marshmallow Laser Feast
We sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss the collective, its history, and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

What happens when you see the world through the eyes of a mosquito? A frog? Or an owl?

Find out with London-based experiential art collective Marshmallow Laser Feast, who utilise the latest emerging technologies to create immersive, ecologically-focused art.

One of the leading artistic voices working in virtual reality, Marshmallow Laser Feast pay particular attention to the planet’s ecosystems and the role of humans therein. Their works blend installation, performance and technology to create a multi-sensory experience for visitors, as recently showcased in Barbican’s Our Time on Earth exhibition. The collective work closely with scientists to create experiences such as In the Eyes of the Animal and Treehugger, which place viewers in various different perspectives within the planet’s ecosystem.

In their latest work, Evolver, the group presents the human body itself as an ecosystem, taking audiences on a collective virtual reality journey through the body, following the flow of oxygen to become a single ‘breathing’ cell, eventually emerging to become the spark of life for plant life and the natural world. Produced by Terrence Malick and narrated by Cate Blanchett alongside music by Jonny Greenwood, Jóhann Jóhannsson and Jon Hopkins, the experience invites viewers to consider humanity’s relationship to the world around us, as the role we play in preserving it.

We were lucky enough to sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss Evolver, as well as the history of the collective and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
02/09/2022
Interview
gowithYamo
Artist Interview: Marshmallow Laser Feast
We sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss the collective, its history, and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

What happens when you see the world through the eyes of a mosquito? A frog? Or an owl?

Find out with London-based experiential art collective Marshmallow Laser Feast, who utilise the latest emerging technologies to create immersive, ecologically-focused art.

One of the leading artistic voices working in virtual reality, Marshmallow Laser Feast pay particular attention to the planet’s ecosystems and the role of humans therein. Their works blend installation, performance and technology to create a multi-sensory experience for visitors, as recently showcased in Barbican’s Our Time on Earth exhibition. The collective work closely with scientists to create experiences such as In the Eyes of the Animal and Treehugger, which place viewers in various different perspectives within the planet’s ecosystem.

In their latest work, Evolver, the group presents the human body itself as an ecosystem, taking audiences on a collective virtual reality journey through the body, following the flow of oxygen to become a single ‘breathing’ cell, eventually emerging to become the spark of life for plant life and the natural world. Produced by Terrence Malick and narrated by Cate Blanchett alongside music by Jonny Greenwood, Jóhann Jóhannsson and Jon Hopkins, the experience invites viewers to consider humanity’s relationship to the world around us, as the role we play in preserving it.

We were lucky enough to sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss Evolver, as well as the history of the collective and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
02/09/2022
Interview
gowithYamo
Artist Interview: Marshmallow Laser Feast
We sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss the collective, its history, and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

What happens when you see the world through the eyes of a mosquito? A frog? Or an owl?

Find out with London-based experiential art collective Marshmallow Laser Feast, who utilise the latest emerging technologies to create immersive, ecologically-focused art.

One of the leading artistic voices working in virtual reality, Marshmallow Laser Feast pay particular attention to the planet’s ecosystems and the role of humans therein. Their works blend installation, performance and technology to create a multi-sensory experience for visitors, as recently showcased in Barbican’s Our Time on Earth exhibition. The collective work closely with scientists to create experiences such as In the Eyes of the Animal and Treehugger, which place viewers in various different perspectives within the planet’s ecosystem.

In their latest work, Evolver, the group presents the human body itself as an ecosystem, taking audiences on a collective virtual reality journey through the body, following the flow of oxygen to become a single ‘breathing’ cell, eventually emerging to become the spark of life for plant life and the natural world. Produced by Terrence Malick and narrated by Cate Blanchett alongside music by Jonny Greenwood, Jóhann Jóhannsson and Jon Hopkins, the experience invites viewers to consider humanity’s relationship to the world around us, as the role we play in preserving it.

We were lucky enough to sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss Evolver, as well as the history of the collective and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
02/09/2022
Interview
gowithYamo
Artist Interview: Marshmallow Laser Feast
We sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss the collective, its history, and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

What happens when you see the world through the eyes of a mosquito? A frog? Or an owl?

Find out with London-based experiential art collective Marshmallow Laser Feast, who utilise the latest emerging technologies to create immersive, ecologically-focused art.

One of the leading artistic voices working in virtual reality, Marshmallow Laser Feast pay particular attention to the planet’s ecosystems and the role of humans therein. Their works blend installation, performance and technology to create a multi-sensory experience for visitors, as recently showcased in Barbican’s Our Time on Earth exhibition. The collective work closely with scientists to create experiences such as In the Eyes of the Animal and Treehugger, which place viewers in various different perspectives within the planet’s ecosystem.

In their latest work, Evolver, the group presents the human body itself as an ecosystem, taking audiences on a collective virtual reality journey through the body, following the flow of oxygen to become a single ‘breathing’ cell, eventually emerging to become the spark of life for plant life and the natural world. Produced by Terrence Malick and narrated by Cate Blanchett alongside music by Jonny Greenwood, Jóhann Jóhannsson and Jon Hopkins, the experience invites viewers to consider humanity’s relationship to the world around us, as the role we play in preserving it.

We were lucky enough to sit down with Ersin Han of Marshmallow Laser Feast to discuss Evolver, as well as the history of the collective and its aims of creating environmentally conscious art…

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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