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A multi-user VR performance and installation directed by Michelle and Uri Kranot

“What does the hangman think about when he goes home at night from work?”

A VR multi-user installation based on Carl Sandburg’s 1922 poem “The Hangman at Home,” We Are at Home is an immersive experience that explores themes of acknowledgement and participation, as well as the awkward intimacy that comes with being human. This unique animated interactive work is a bridge between the digital, performing and visual arts, incorporating the latest innovative technology. At its core is the connection between spectator, witness and accomplice. Participants are invited into a series of stories and rooms, and as part of a shared experience, they will question their own accountability and the role of the individual within the collective.

30 min experience + 10 min on-boarding and off-boarding with 4 participants in VR headsets + video projection / VR
Directors : Michelle and Uri Kranot
Producers : Lana Tankosa Nikolic (Late Love Production), Avi Amar et Katayoun Dibamehr (Floréal Films), Emmanuel-Alain Raynal et Pierre Baussaron (Miyu Productions), Marc Bertrand et Julie Roy (National Film Board of Canada)
Distributor : Lucid Realities

Artistic team

Le Cube (France / 2022)


Grand Jury Prize for Best VR Immersive Work
at Venice International Film Festival (2020)
Best Interactive at Cannes XR (2021)
Golden Mask at New Images Festival (2021)
Official Selection of Storyscapes Competition at Tribeca Film Festival (2021)
Winner of the Numix award (2021)
Best VR project at VRE (2021)
Official selection at Rotterdam International Film Festival (2021)